Do you have a question you want answered without judgement?
MSQ is a resource for teens and parents to answer questions on social issues we may encounter through our lives.
Information is also provided on colleges and career options.
We answer questions on Appearances,Dating, Drugs & Alcohol, Feelings & Forgiveness, Grieving, Home Life, Leisure Time, Parenting, Peers, School & Work, Sex & Morals, and My Future
Lisa Card was born and raised in the city of Detroit. She attended Detroit Public Schools and decided to become a teacher in the same district. Raised in a home with a hardworking single mom and older brother. Interest includes most art forms, dance, visual & performing arts and literary works. Purpose is to nurture children and push them further by recognizing the importance of self advocacy.
MSQ Teen addresses social issues that teens face on a daily basis.
The Careers section provides information on several career options available that you can choose from. There are several careers to choose from. We hope you find one that interest you and come up with plan to achieve your goals. You can do it!
The College section is where you can find information on colleges, grants, scholarships, and financial aid (FAFSA).
The Commonly Asked Questions section is where you can find common questions that people ask about life. We only offer suggestions!
Ask MSQ section is where our visitors can ask for suggestions on a topic. We never reveal your identify.
Your Questions Answered section is MSQ response to our visitors questions.
Mommie Talk with Dr. Peart, Ms. Lisa, & Ms. April addresses issues that parents deal with on a daily basis.
Dr. Peart created MSQ to provide teens and parents a space to access free information on parenting and how to deal with social issues. She believes that individuals should look for reasons why they can achieve a task as oppose to why you can't. From the words of Dr. Peart you can do it, you can do it, you can do it! Do you have a question you want answered without judgement? Ask MSQ.
A Detroit native, April is a proud graduate of Detroit Public Schools. She holds a Bachelors of Arts in English from Norfolk State and a Masters of Art in Education from University of Phoenix. April enjoys reading, traveling, the fine arts, and spending time with her sons, Seth and Caleb.