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Teen boot camps

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  1. "If I cant make a kid puke or piss in his pants on his first day, Im not doing my job." A youth trainer at a juvenile facility
  2. Boot Camps Boot camps are military-style institutions for defiant and disrespectful teenswho have a problem with authority.They learn discipline and structure through military exercises, and rigorous physical training.
  3. Typical Boot Camp Schedule06:00- Rise and Shine07:05 - Breakfast08:00 - School12:45- Lunch13:30- School/ Study15:00- Chores16:45- Dinner17:30- Physical Training19:20- Showers19:30- Personal Study21:15- Personal Reflections21:30- Lights Out
  4. ODD Symptoms (Oppositional Defiant Disorder) · Arguing with adults · Loss of temper · Angry and resentful of others · Actively defies adults requests · Spiteful or vindictive behavior · Blames others for their own mistakes · Very touchy or easily annoyed· Few or no friends or loss of previous friends · Constant trouble in school
  5. DOES MY TEEN NEED HELP?List of teen problems that boot camps will help solve: Depression Defiance Oppositional defiant disorder Out of control behavior Negative group of friends Suicidal tendencies Sneaking out at night Substance abuse Feelings of despair Failing in school Emotional problems Aggression Lack of respect Refusing to follow rules Attention deficit hyperactivity Minor legal problems Expelled from school Running away No friends Pregnant teen Lack of motivation Uncontrollable anger
  6. CAMP FEAR Gina Score was the latest teenager to die at a juvenile boot camp. Why do so many states still insist that humiliation and abuse will straighten out troubled kids?
  7. Boy, 14, dies at boot camp amid abuse allegationsSeven guards from Maryland‘s boot camps forjuvenile offenders have been fired for assaultingdelinquents in their care!Recidivism rate of juveniles who attend state-runboot camps is as high as 94%Participants in a boot camp said they were kicked,choked and subjected to other cruelty by instructors
  8. YOU DON‘T GET OUT BY GIVING THEM WHAT YOU THINK THEY WANT. YOU DON‘T GET OUT UNTIL YOU ARE WHAT THEY WANT!

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