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I Have A Voice. Listen.

Teens Have a Voice. Listen. A Conversation of The Dangers of Hidden Anger in Teens By Executive Director/Life Coach Aubrey N. Braxton “Why does this keep happening? Where is the other side of through?”These are the paralyzing and breath-taking screams of a mother after she is notified that... Read More

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Teens Have a Voice. Listen. A Conversation of The Dangers of Hidden Anger in Teens

 

By Executive Director/Life Coach Aubrey N. Braxton

 

“Why does this keep happening? Where is the other side of through?”

These are the paralyzing and breath-taking screams of a mother after she is notified that her child has been a victim of a school shooting due to the unheard voice of underlying anger. 93 deadly school shootings have occurred in the past two years declaring this to be the highest figure recorded in 20 years. It’s time to acknowledge the stages of underdeveloped mental health and to provide a solution that will guard against the dangers that follow.

Mental health is not being highlighted and held to the highest form of accountability for overall health in our society. Rather, it is dismissed and confused with mental illness.

Get Educated on the Difference

 Stigmas are placed on mental health due to lack of education and little effort towards spreading awareness of its importance. The true definition of mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also aids us in determining how we should handle stress, relate to others, and make sound decisions.

On the other hand, mental illness, also known as a mental disorder, are health conditions involving changes in emotion, thinking or behavior. Mental illness is categorized into four main groups: anxiety disorders, personality disorder, psychotic disorder, and eating disorders

The Quiet Build Up of Rebellion

According to the CDC’s Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) of 2019; abandonment, abuse, and rejection are the underlying circumstances that encourage teen rebellion. These circumstances are responsible for the disconnection between teens and their families.

When these circumstances are ignored, emotional barriers such as stagnation, confusion, and frustration will strain mental health development, causing anger to quietly build. Ultimately, this anger will turn into rage, then vengeance will be had. Such is the result of innocent people, babies, being gunned down as in Uvalde Texas, Parkland Florida, and Parish Louisiana to name a few.

The Shield & Exit Route

Research shows that schools and families can protect against these risks by increasing outlets that support connectedness and mental health development.

Recent findings suggest that youth connectedness and mental health support have lasting effects. Teens who feel connected and psychologically supported at school and at home were found to be as much as 66% less likely to experience mental health risks in adulthood.

Teens will be faced with many mental health obstacles that can contribute to poor mental health outcomes and feelings of disconnectedness in adulthood. Therefore, it is important that we promote protective factors that can reduce health risks, both during adolescent stages and into adulthood. 

Recovery Outlets

Back Of The Class Productions is a nonprofit, art-based youth center designed to provide connectedness and mental health support that is so desperately sought after among our teens and their families.

Our goal is to provide the tools that will unlock their unique artistic outlets allowing them to heal and grow stronger bonds with their families, gain new friendships and connections, improve their mental health quality, and dare to prepare for promising futures.

We have positioned to partner with The American Art Therapy Association and our local art superiors to provide a foundation of afterschool art education courses and counseling programs. With your support, we will meet this demand.

 

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I Have A Voice. Listen.

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Aubrey Braxton, on behalf of

Back Of The Class Productions

Back Of The Class Productions is designed to provide connectedness and mental health support that is so desperately sought after among our teens and their families. With your help, we can change lives.

Aubrey Braxton

A Braxton is the CEO and Life Coach of Back Of The Class Productions, Executive Director of The CODE, and owner of Beautys Official Supply Store BOSS

Tupelo, Mississippi

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    I am so proud of you and I am praying with you that you get the building for thoes sweet babies...

I Have A Voice. Listen.

I Have A Voice. Listen.

$50 of $7,850,000

raised from 1 people

I Have A Voice. Listen.

Aubrey Braxton, on behalf of

Back Of The Class Productions

Back Of The Class Productions is designed to provide connectedness and mental health support that is so desperately sought after among our teens and their families. With your help, we can change lives.

Aubrey Braxton

A Braxton is the CEO and Life Coach of Back Of The Class Productions, Executive Director of The CODE, and owner of Beautys Official Supply Store BOSS

Tupelo, Mississippi

Recent Donations

  • $50.00

    Anonymous

    30 days ago

    I am so proud of you and I am praying with you that you get the building for thoes sweet babies...

I Have A Voice. Listen.

Teens Have a Voice. Listen. A Conversation of The Dangers of Hidden Anger in Teens By Executive Director/Life Coach Aubrey N. Braxton “Why does this keep happening? Where is the other side of through?”These are the paralyzing and breath-taking screams of a mother after she is notified that... Read More

Youhelp Share

Campaign URL:


Teens Have a Voice. Listen. A Conversation of The Dangers of Hidden Anger in Teens

 

By Executive Director/Life Coach Aubrey N. Braxton

 

“Why does this keep happening? Where is the other side of through?”

These are the paralyzing and breath-taking screams of a mother after she is notified that her child has been a victim of a school shooting due to the unheard voice of underlying anger. 93 deadly school shootings have occurred in the past two years declaring this to be the highest figure recorded in 20 years. It’s time to acknowledge the stages of underdeveloped mental health and to provide a solution that will guard against the dangers that follow.

Mental health is not being highlighted and held to the highest form of accountability for overall health in our society. Rather, it is dismissed and confused with mental illness.

Get Educated on the Difference

 Stigmas are placed on mental health due to lack of education and little effort towards spreading awareness of its importance. The true definition of mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also aids us in determining how we should handle stress, relate to others, and make sound decisions.

On the other hand, mental illness, also known as a mental disorder, are health conditions involving changes in emotion, thinking or behavior. Mental illness is categorized into four main groups: anxiety disorders, personality disorder, psychotic disorder, and eating disorders

The Quiet Build Up of Rebellion

According to the CDC’s Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) of 2019; abandonment, abuse, and rejection are the underlying circumstances that encourage teen rebellion. These circumstances are responsible for the disconnection between teens and their families.

When these circumstances are ignored, emotional barriers such as stagnation, confusion, and frustration will strain mental health development, causing anger to quietly build. Ultimately, this anger will turn into rage, then vengeance will be had. Such is the result of innocent people, babies, being gunned down as in Uvalde Texas, Parkland Florida, and Parish Louisiana to name a few.

The Shield & Exit Route

Research shows that schools and families can protect against these risks by increasing outlets that support connectedness and mental health development.

Recent findings suggest that youth connectedness and mental health support have lasting effects. Teens who feel connected and psychologically supported at school and at home were found to be as much as 66% less likely to experience mental health risks in adulthood.

Teens will be faced with many mental health obstacles that can contribute to poor mental health outcomes and feelings of disconnectedness in adulthood. Therefore, it is important that we promote protective factors that can reduce health risks, both during adolescent stages and into adulthood. 

Recovery Outlets

Back Of The Class Productions is a nonprofit, art-based youth center designed to provide connectedness and mental health support that is so desperately sought after among our teens and their families.

Our goal is to provide the tools that will unlock their unique artistic outlets allowing them to heal and grow stronger bonds with their families, gain new friendships and connections, improve their mental health quality, and dare to prepare for promising futures.

We have positioned to partner with The American Art Therapy Association and our local art superiors to provide a foundation of afterschool art education courses and counseling programs. With your support, we will meet this demand.

 

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