Archive for September, 2011

Enough is Enough

Thursday, September 29th, 2011
We are so excited here at the Foundation – We just added Donna Rice Hughes to our panel of Teen Crises Prevention Team Members:
Meet her here:

Enough Is EnoughSM
(EIE) has been a leader on the frontlines of efforts to protect children from online dangers since 1994, working with the Internet industry, the public, and law enforcement to effectively prevent Internet-initiated crime against children.  EIE’s President, Donna Rice Hughes
is an internationally known Internet safety expert and advocate.  As a respected leader of national efforts to protect children from online dangers, Donna has championed EIE’s mission to make the Internet safer for children and families.  She has given over 4,000 media interviews, and has been featured on CNN, Fox news, MSNBC, the Today Show, Good Morning America, the New York Times, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal among many

Under Donna’s leadership and Vision, EIE created the state-of-the-art, multi-media Internet Safety 101SM Program to educate, equip and empower parents, educators and other caring adults with the knowledge and resources needed to protect children online.  Firsthand accounts from law enforcement officers, clinicians, victims, parents, kids, industry leaders and a convicted sex offender are woven into this compelling four-part DVD teaching series, accompanying workbook, website and other resources.

The cornerstone element of the Internet Safety 101SM Program is the chapter-segmented DVD teaching series (full running time: 2 hours, 17 minutes), which covers the dangers of Internet pornography, predators, cyberbullies and new threats relating to social networking, online gaming and mobile devices.  Thefour-part DVD series, hosted and led by EIE President Donna Rice Hughes, was shot in high-definition film in front of a live studio audience, and captures the power of a live Internet safety
seminar.  Poignant true stories and essential strategies to counter online dangers are woven throughout the Internet
Safety 101SM teaching series (click here to view some of the video vignettes, which run 60 seconds to 6 minutes in length),
giving parents, educators and other adults the information, skills and confidence to effectively protect children on all Internet-enabled devices.  The plug-and-play Internet Safety 101SM resource is perfect for individual or group use.  You can get your copy of this award-winning resource here.

Endorsed by the U.S. Department of Justice, industry leaders such as AOL, AT&T, Google, Microsoft, MySpace, Verizon and non-profits such as The Salvation Army and the Virginia and Maryland PTAs, this comprehensive program features top experts from the world of law enforcement, psychology and technology. (Some of EIE’s endorsements can be seen here).

To Learn more about Enough is Enough and internet Safety 101 Simply Click Here:

Powerful Girl Program, the free recording

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Our Crises Prevention expert Jill Hope created this program. Though the call has passed, you can still sign up for the free recording. It is packed with helpful content. Here is the direct link to sign up for the call: Powerful Girl Program.

Learn more by reading the post below!


Have you been wishing your daughter was more comfortable in her own skin? Have you been wishing she would stop trying
to suppress who she really is just to fit in with other girls? Have you been wishing she would stop clinging to just one or two girls who may be friends with her one day, and exclude her the next, leaving her out on her own?

If your answer is yes to any of these questions, it’s time you do something about it!

Let me share with you what I know about strengthening a girl’s sense of knowing that she is good and worthy just as she is, building a foundation for increased confidence, and helping her create loving and supportive friendships with girls who appreciate her just as she is.

Every time I hear parents struggling with the issues their daughters are dealing with, it breaks my heart because there are some very simple steps you can take right away to help your daughter begin to change her experience. Every time I recommend these steps and my clients follow through, they are amazed by how simple and effective these techniques really are! That’s why I’m sharing this with you now — because I want you to know what I know to be possible for you and your daughter, and how easy it
really can be (when you know what to do).

Here’s the reality: The situation isn’t going to change by itself.

Isn’t it about time you stopped wishing for change, and instead took responsibility right now for creating the change you desire to see for your daughter? Then, I invite you to join me on a special complimentary teleseminar…


“Secrets of the Powerful Girl
Within:  Building Confidence,
Self-Acceptance, and Inner Strength in Girls”

with Jill Hope

Tuesday, September 13, 2011 at 9pm Eastern / 8pm Central / 6pm Pacific

Lines are
filling up quickly….reserve yours now
Click Here.


On this complimentary 30-minute call you’ll learn…

The  qualities that confident girls have in common (and that many girls today  lack)

  • A  powerful yet simple exercise to help your daughter build  self-appreciation and confidence
  • The  one secret weapon every girl possesses to change her situation, but few  are aware of
  • What  every parent MUST do to support and cultivate strong self-esteem in her daughter
  • The role self-responsibility plays in helping girls feel confident and empowered, even during challenges.
  • Exciting  details on my brand new “Powerful Girl Within Program” which will lay out for you, step-by-step,
    how to build a foundation that will help your daughter cultivate the confidence, self-acceptance, and inner strength that will to allow her to  fully express herself and be accepted by her peers
  • This truly is a call for anyone responsible for raising, influencing, or  supporting girls. There really is no better time than NOW, at the start of the school year, to use my simple secrets that will help your daughter gain the confidence and self-assuredness she needs to create authentic friendships and express the fullness of who she is.

    Take the first step toward improving this situation today. Reserve your spot here

    Divorced Parent Telesummit

    Thursday, September 29th, 2011

    Are you worried about your children and how they will adjust to the divorce? Are you dealing with a difficult ex? No money in your budget to attend expensive therapy or seminars? And never mind researching all the divorce experts out there to figure out where to put your precious time and money?!

    If that’s you, then you will love the Divorced Parent Telesummit!

    I know Pam Wynn and Shelley Greiser, co-hosts of the Divorced Parent Telesummit. Pam and Shelley have worked with hundreds of people who are going through or are already divorced. They are committed to helping you help your children and become a better divorced parent by providing you with solid tools. They both know what it’s like to be in your shoes because they’ve walked a thousand miles in those shoes.

    Like Pam and Shelley, I want you to have every advantage, every strategy, and every bit of information that will ensure your success.

    Pam and Shelley have lined up divorce experts for the Divorced Parent Telesummit. Many of the experts were just like you. These experts have developed effective methods to ensure your children do well through the divorce transition and to deal with difficult ex’es. These experts will share information, tips and proven strategies on how to deal with a difficult ex and raise happy, healthy children despite a difficult ex. All you need is a phone. And best of all…it’s FREE to listen!

    Register now to attend the Divorced Parent Telesummit.

    The Divorced Parent Telesummit runs from Monday through Thursday for two weeks, starting September 26, 2011. You and the experts come together via a telephone conference (with an optional webcast) to learn proven strategies to help your kids and deal with a difficult ex. And don’t worry, if you cannot attend all the sessions, you can get the replays.

    This virtual event is for you if:

    • You are struggling with co-parenting issues
    • You are worried about your child’s adjustment to the divorce
    • You are dealing with a “difficult” ex
    • You don’t know how to answer your child’s questions about the divorce
    • You don’t know how to form a co-parenting team with your ex
    • You want your children to be happy despite the divorce

    Go to the Divorced Parent Telesummit website to find out more about this FREE event. The experts at the Divorced Parent Telesummit are going to discuss important topics such as:

    • Unplugging From Your Ex & Avoiding Emotional Minefields
    • Keeping it Together When You Are Parenting Apart
    • Mastering a Child-Centered Divorce
    • Developing a Winning Co Parenting Team
    • Raising Happier Kids Despite a Difficult Ex

    You won’t want to miss out on a single Divorced Parent Telesummit expert. I’ll be there…see you at the Divorced Parent Telesummit!

    Register now to attend the Divorced Parent Telesummit.

    And again, it’s 100% free to listen. All these experts lined up for you, and you don’t have to drive anywhere. You can even upgrade to a Silver or Gold and own all the recordings and bonuses.

    Sincerely, Kelly Marquet-Bodio

    P.S. I’m attending the Divorced Parent Telesummit because I see the tremendous value in these topics! See you at the Divorced Parent Telesummit!

    Register now to attend the Divorced Parent Telesummit.

    divorced parent information


    Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

    I love these girls! I was a guest on their show. It is a must listen. You will laugh and cry all at the same time.

    Listen to internet radio with amyandkim on Blog Talk Radio

    Avoiding Adoption Scams

    Thursday, September 8th, 2011

    Please listen to these tips on my BLOG TALK RADIO SHOW to avoid emotional pitfalls during your adoption plan.

    Listen to internet radio with Legacy 4 Kids Foundation on Blog Talk Radio

    Save Your Daughter Without Instilling Fear or Negative Thoughts

    Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

    All Grown Up Already?

    Is she my baby or is she a young woman? It is hard to define in this current world we live in. Our kids are subjected to so much so soon. Even the Disney Channel is confusing these days.

    If you are a struggling mom, grandmother, aunt or friend of a young girl ages 4-16 I am sure you can see the dilemmas. It is so difficult to chat with our kids about all of the issues they are facing.

    When I was a teen the world was smaller. Still scary, but a whole bunch smaller. Porn mags and strangers were the enemy. Now – there is a reason for us to fear for our children while they are in our own homes right in front of us.

    The computers are giving them access to a complete world out there. We need to know and have systems in place to be sure they are not in danger while we parents are cooking dinner or watching the news. Speaking of the news…TURN IT OFF if your little ones are in the room. It is scary, negative and trite at times. If they are not talking about war, economic and cataclysmic issues they are following the Kardashians lives or Lyndsey Lohan’s latest escapades. Your little girl does NOT need to know this. That “NEED TO KNOW” thing is important people!  What are you filling her head with? Just as important as what your are feeding her little body is what you are feeding her mind! Think about it.

    What do they need to know? Check out our very important informational event here and find out how to keep our young ones safe. It is FREE to listen in.

    I wish my parents would of listened to a program when I was growing up. My life would of been a whole lot different with a lot less chaos.

    Listen to our latest Radio Show – Escape Teen Crisis

    Thursday, September 1st, 2011

    Listen to internet radio with Legacy 4 Kids Foundation on Blog Talk Radio

    The Profile of a Predator

    Thursday, September 1st, 2011

    It isn’t what you would expect is it?