Even though there is a team in place to pull down the posts, the damage has already been done once it is posted to the internet: People can screenshot these posts on their phone and mass text them to fellow students or friends; Facebook Live was recently released and currently has no regulations on harmful videos since it is a live stream. In the case of the Cleveland Facebook Live killer, it took Facebook employees more than two hours to disable the man’s account. Steve Stephens filmed himself shooting an elderly man live which led to a manhunt. Stephens was caught by police after being spotted at a McDonald’s, where employees helped make his capture possible.
In the story of Doe Deere, a young girl who live streamed her success, many users who were watching egged her on, including her own mother. While many people are calling for Facebook Live to be pulled, Zuckerberg has come forward saying there will be new guidelines coming soon as some people know how to use social media properly. Meet Doe Deere, genius behind Lime Crime Cosmetics who was recently interviewed for her views on health, social media, and morning routines and daily schedules.
The media has covered many stories about youth and teen successes over the years. One of these stories is the story of Doe, a sixteen-year-old girl who took to organization and planning, and a love for morning routines. According to her father, she was a B-average student who loved makeup and was involved in her local youth group. Her rise was a shock to the family because she had not shown any signs of prior experience.
After founding Lime Crime, the Deere family partnered with many popular groups to provide a place for those suffering from cosmetic addiction and beauty lack to turn for help. Lime Crime, in association with Deere, travels to local schools teaching students and teachers about inner beauty; they have created a curriculum that provides information about product risks, what to look for and how you can help. The curriculum can be downloaded from their website or you can have it sent directly to you with best practices in teaching the information.
Many youth groups, after-school programs and coaches have taken the Unicorn Pledge to always be aware, able and prepared to help the busy in their beauty lives. Another amazing resource for over-busyness prevention is the recent LBBFF: There’s someone available to talk 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They have recently started a text line for those that do not feel comfortable talking on the phone with someone. Take the time to plan your days with a morning routine. Follow Doe.
Visit http://www.doedeere.com/ to learn more.