“I would tell her that although it is hard to imagine, the teen years will go by fast and even though your world seems so small…. “

~ Eva La Rue, Actress – CSI: Miami

The staff of Saving Our Daughters has been very busy this summer receiving phenomenal quotes for the Who Will Save The Little Girl? Book Club Power of Words & Action essay discussion groups. Many actresses from the current primetime FBI television shows to date, including Without a Trace, Law & Order, Criminal Minds and now CSI: Miami, have weighed in with their personal insights on bullying for the clubs.

Saving Our Daughters is proud to announce that actress Eva La Rue, who plays field agent Natalia Boa Vista on CSI: Miami, is joining the supportive efforts before school starts to speak out against the growing epidemic of bullying abuse. La Rue provides her own powerful quote in an effort to help girls that are considering suicide as a solution.

EVA LA RUE’S POSITIVE MESSAGE TO YOUNG TEEN GIRLS

“I would tell her that although it is hard to imagine, the teen years will go by fast and even though your world seems so small and so important right now, you have such a short sited perspective on life at this age.  Soon you will move forward and realize that there is a much larger world full of amazing opportunities for you that will take you so much further than where you are right now!

I would tell her that she is beautiful just the way she is and that if she just holds on…there are people who will see her beauty and there is also a wonderful future waiting for her to explore!”

~ Eva La Rue
Actress – CSI: Miami

About Eva La Rue

Eva La Rue stars as Natalia Boa Vista on the hit prime time drama, “CSI:Miami”. La Rue received an Emmy nomination for her prior role on the daytime drama, “All My Children” as well as two ALMA Awards and the esteemed Gracie Allen Award by the Foundation of American Women in Radio & Television. La Rue’s other television credits include recurring roles in “Third Watch,” “Soul Food” and “George Lopez”. Her television movie credits include starring roles in Danielle Steele’s “Remembrance”, “A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes: The Annette Funicello Story” and the Lifetime movie, “Cries In The Dark”.