Levine Communications Office

One of America's Premier Public Relations Firms

  • May 2013
    M T W T F S S
     12345
    6789101112
    13141516171819
    20212223242526
    2728293031  

Archive for May 13th, 2013

Amanda Bynes’ Cryptic Tweet

Posted by Levine Communications Office on May 13, 2013

507-Amanda-Bynes-Cryptic-Tweet-1

What happen to that funny girl from Big Fat Liar?  Is Amanda showing signs of depression?

It seems the pressures of fame, celebrity and transitioning from child start to adult star didn’t work in Amanda’s favor and like most child stars who go through this stage of their life fall hard.

The child star seems to have fallen deeper down the rabbit hole!

Not only has Amanda gained social media fame and strange tweet’s from fans supporting her awkward behavior. The Easy A star post a comment about NOT being loved, which are red flags that she NEEDS HELP desperately!

Amanda left followers baffled after she posted this Twitter:

amanda bynes tweet

A post like this should worry Amanda’s family and alert friends that something is seriously wrong and they should seek help for Amanda. We spoke with renowned Beverly Hills media psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman and author of “Bad Girls: Why Men Love Them & How Good Girls Can Learn Their Secrets” to touch on Amanda’s bizarre and strange behavior.  In an EXCLUSIVE interview with us, Dr Lieberman gave us ample insight into “child star syndrome” which you will be able to hear later this week.

Why is Amanda acting this way and what is really bothering her is still a mystery, however, Dr. Carole Lieberman did reveal to us the Hairspray star started  when she was 7 years old at comedy camp, something that her father wanted to do, since he always wanted to be a stand-up comic, but instead became a dentist.

It seems that Amanda has been living her father’s dream and since she announced that she has quit acting she is on a rebellious,yet downward spiral.  Her Tweet’s have been weird for the most part, but today’s Tweet is over the top.  Many young adults have said crazy things like the above tweet regarding love and being unloved.

We are just worried that Amanda may hurt herself. Yes we know we could be reading too much into this, but we’d rather see Amanda back on her feet healthy and strong instead of saying R.I.P.

Where is her family and why are they not helping her like Britney Spears father, who helped Britney clean up and get her life back on track?

Read the rest of the article on celebnmusic247.com

Posted in Clients | Tagged: , , , | 1 Comment »

How to Protect Your Children from Online Predators

Posted by Levine Communications Office on May 13, 2013

By: Kim Garst

shutterstock_121017844

The web has such amazing opportunities for our children and families, doesn’t it? Who would have guessed when we were all growing up that there would be something as amazing as social media, which is way cooler than growing up with your own phone line in your bedroom, right?

But with the power to connect with the people we love comes some risks that are important to understand in order to protect our families.

Where are your kids online? It used to be that we just needed to know where our children were physically; if they were at home, whether they were safe, where they were going.

It’s not that different online. It’s important to know where your children are online every bit as much as where they are physically.

Depending on your children’s ages, they might be using sites like Giant Hello, Club Penguin or Webkinz which are social sites designed for kids, without the age restrictions of sites like Facebook. Each of these sites have different kinds of verification methods that ensure parents are aware of their children signing up, along with methods to make sure that your children can only connect with people they know.

In either case, it’s important that children learn great social media habits right out the gate, and this is a conversation that you can begin at any age; the sooner the better!

Post Appropriately. Teach your children that everything they post should be treated as viewable by anyone, anywhere, and that they should not post private information publicly.

Children don’t always know where the line between private and public is, so you need to be involved! Especially with younger children, let them know that the privilege of social media access comes with oversight from you.

Like many kinds of freedom, social sharing freedom is going to come gradually as they grow older and demonstrate their ability to handle this newfound freedom.

 

Read the full article at GalTime.com

Posted in Clients, LCO PR | Tagged: , , , , | 11 Comments »