I, Jean Vautoir Paul, was born in Jérémie, Haiti. My mother, two sisters, and I went to Port-au-Prince on the invitation of our aunt Edele. She introduced us to Ms. Eleanor Louise Snare, a white American lady who adopted our orphan cousin, Jean Fanes Snare, who really needed a mom or a dad at that time. She raised us as a big happy family. Those three women had inculcated in us the best moral principles. Ms. Snare couldn’t afford to send us to college, so with only my high school diploma, I went to teach English. After a few years, I was blessed to run my own English school, One Way English School. In 1999, I left for Philadelphia in USA and settled here since. For eight years, I’ve been observing American teenagers, especially the African American ones, and what I’ve discovered bothered me very much. Which are the following: the way they talk to grown-ups, the way they dress as children, the way they are dropping out of school, and much more. It brings me to the conclusion that those negative teenagers are speeding in the drive-thru of self-destruction. Something needs to be done right away. Over the years, I’ve talked to my wife, Mrs. Yvonie D. Paul, about my concern for the American teens. So she told me to write a book about it, and I did. With her awesome suggestions from the start to the end, she makde this book possible. For this very reason, I name her my top advisor. Nowadays, our youths are craving for structure and guidance. I strongly believe that as Americans, they deserve the best of everything.