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Beyond Scared Straight, Season 1 (2 Discs)
Beyond Scared Straight, Season 1 (2 Discs)
"Scared Straight!," the Academy and multiple Emmy Award-winning documentary about the radical and effective juvenile intervention program that took place in a New Jersey prison, inspired dozens of inmate-run intervention programs in men's and women's prisons across the country. Under the auspices of executive producer Arnold Shapiro, Beyond Scared Straight! profiles several of these programs, and their new - and continually evolving - approach to keeping today's kids from becoming tomorrow's convicts. Much like the original version of "Scared Straight!," these youthful offender programs put boys and girls of all ethnicities, ranging in age from 12-18, into intensive one-day in-prison sessions that show them the realities of life behind bars. Adapting to the needs of today's youth, the inmates use a combination of intimidation, information and compassion to achieve equally effective results. A new series, Beyond Scared Straight! documents these sessions then follows up with the at-risk teens and pre-teens two months later to see what impressions the program has left on them.
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She convinced us that our real father didn't love us, and forced us to tell him we didn't want to see him again.
She convinced us that our real father didn't love us, and forced us to tell him we didn't want to see him again.
FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT Teri's journey The occult, ESP, the paranormal: popular subjects in America in the last two decades. The New Age movement is a part of that. Yet many people have not experienced the supernatural, so they assume it is all a product of overactive imaginations. That is what I would have believed, too, if it had not happened in my own life. My early childhood was mostly happy. My parents and my younger brother Ernie and I lived in a small town in Florida, in a nice country home with a yard and a home-made swimming pool built by my father. Mom didn't work, but when I was six and my brother was five, she started taking us to the babysitter every day. We both began to have horrible nightmares. I was afraid to go to sleep and Ernie would sneak into my room to get away from the terrifying man he saw in his room. Mom blamed Ernie's nightmares on his asthma medication. Young as I was, I sensed Mom was seeing another man. "Something bad is going to happen between Mom and Dad," I whispered to Ernie one day. But he had already guessed the same thing. Sure enough, just before Christmas, Mom coolly packed up all our things and drove away with us kids. I will never forget the look of shock and betrayal on my father's face. We drove straight to the house of the man Mom had been seeing, and the three of us moved in. Not long after that he and Mom were married. When we first moved in, my stepfather Bruce was a kind and generous man. But the longer we lived with him, the more we experienced his fits of rage. He was a very big man and I was terrified of him. His was a Jekyll and Hyde personality; he could be extremely nice one moment, and the next moment extremely cruel. For a few months, he and my Mom drank and fought. Then, through sheer determination, they both stopped cold turkey . I watched Bruce go through 'the shakes'. Afterwards, he never again raised his hand against Mom. My mother was never an affectionate person--I don't remember her ever hugging or kissing me--but after her divorce and remarriage she became downright cruel. She convinced us that our real father didn't love us, and forced us to tell him we didn't want to see him again. She was filled with hatred toward him, in words and actions. She seemed obsessed with tearing him down. Ernie and I lost both time with our father and our childhoods. Mother demanded total perfection and we were never able to live up to her standards. If we made the slightest mistake, we were accused of doing it on purpose; and if we protested, we were accused of lying and locked in our room. Once, Ernie was locked in his room for three days without food or drink until he decided to "tell the truth." The "truth" of course, was only what my mother or stepfather wanted to hear, and we were kept guessing as to which version of the "truth" they wanted. My stepfather wholeheartedly agreed with my mother's accusations. Consequently, Ernie and I were screamed at so much we were afraid to talk above a whisper, something my mother's relatives wondered about when we visited them in Pennsylvania. My brother bore the brunt of most of the attacks because he could not stop his asthmatic wheezing and coughing on command. I remember a few days of peace for him once after he told Mom he was thinking of suicide. Almost daily my mother and stepfather threatened to send Ernie to Shiloh Youth Camp for delinquent boys and me to an insane asylum because I "was crazy. " Once, I privately asked our school bus driver if the boys' camp would accept girls; I wanted to be sure Ernie and I would be able to stay together. We were so young, we believed every wild story or threat they told us. Even before we moved in with my stepfather, he and my mother consulted mediums (known in the New Age movement as "channellers"). After we moved in, they took me with them sometimes, although never to a seance. They loved to talk about the thrills of their astral projections (out of body experiences) and the power of the mind. Ernie and I were fascinated by all they told us. Looking back, however, I could see that the more they became involved in their quest to become 'higher beings', the more my parents became abusive, paranoid and delusional. The most dramatic personality change was evident in my mother, something I did not want to admit to myself because I clung to memories of an earlier Mom. The mediums often spoke of the spirits that surrounded and accompanied my mother and stepfather, who was proclaimed by the spirits as a 'psychic healer'. My stepfather was a chiropractor and incorporated his psychic approach into his practice as much as his patients would allow it. He was very interested in helping people, and according to him, many thanked him for his help. Apparently, these 'spirit guides' attached themselves to us when we were with the medium, and followed us h
Episode 8 - iDanSimpson, from the Internet!
Episode 8 - iDanSimpson, from the Internet!
A special musical episode.
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Scared Straight: Why It's So Hard to Accept Gay People and Why It's So Hard to Be Human
A cultural critique of gowing up in the USA, including such topics as our universities as purveyors of hopelessness and the dynamics of "getting laid" taught in high school, which emphasizes that taking on the "straight" role is damaging to all human beings regardless of sexual orientation. This role is taught to us from the moment of birth through all of the instiutions of our society and the major methods by which it is installed are fear-based. Thus it sets up gender roles for men and women and oppressor and victim roles for heterosexuals and non-heterosexuals. The final chapter "How to Be Human" is on how to heal the hurts all human beings suffer from the methods by which we are conditioned to live these roles. Each chapter includes recommended further readings.