• 01:00

    TEEN SPEAKING OUT

    in Social Networking

    Teens and young Adults who have issues concerning their home, parent, school, peer pressure, sex, gangs, violence, drugs, teen pregnancies, suicide and their environments but looking for ways to overcome their dilemna without discrimination. We allow youth to speak out concerning how they feel about this situation. We offer solution thru a thought management program

  • 01:00

    TEEN SPEAKING OUT

    in Social Networking

    Teens and young Adults who have issues concerning their home, parent, school, peer pressure, sex, gangs, violence, drugs, teen pregnancies, suicide and their environments but looking for ways to overcome their dilemna without discrimination. We allow youth to speak out concerning how they feel about this situation. We offer solution thru a thought management program

  • 01:00

    TEEN SPEAKING OUT

    in Social Networking

    Teens and young Adults who have issues concerning their home, parent, school, peer pressure, sex, gangs, violence, drugs, teen pregnancies, suicide and their environments but looking for ways to overcome their dilemna without discrimination. We allow youth to speak out concerning how they feel about this situation. We offer solution thru a thought management program

  • 01:00

    TEEN SPEAKING OUT

    in Social Networking

    Teens and young Adults who have issues concerning their home, parent, school, peer pressure, sex, gangs, violence, drugs, teen pregnancies, suicide and their environments but looking for ways to overcome their dilemna without discrimination. We allow youth to speak out concerning how they feel about this situation. We offer solution thru a thought management program

  • 01:00

    TEEN SPEAKING OUT

    in Social Networking

    Teens and young Adults who have issues concerning their home, parent, school, peer pressure, sex, gangs, violence, drugs, teen pregnancies, suicide and their environments but looking for ways to overcome their dilemna without discrimination. We allow youth to speak out concerning how they feel about this situation. We offer solution thru a thought management program

  • 01:00

    TEEN SPEAKING OUT

    in Social Networking

    Teens and young Adults who have issues concerning their home, parent, school, peer pressure, sex, gangs, violence, drugs, teen pregnancies, suicide and their environments but looking for ways to overcome their dilemna without discrimination. We allow youth to speak out concerning how they feel about this situation. We offer solution thru a thought management program

  • 01:00

    TEEN SPEAKING OUT

    in Social Networking

    Teens and young Adults who have issues concerning their home, parent, school, peer pressure, sex, gangs, violence, drugs, teen pregnancies, suicide and their environments but looking for ways to overcome their dilemna without discrimination. We allow youth to speak out concerning how they feel about this situation. We offer solution thru a thought management program

  • 01:01

    TEENS SPEAKING OUT MOVEMENT AND PARTNERS

    in Social Networking

    Teens speaking out movement and partners are working to built a better community through bringing resources to our youth.
    Our goal is to give an outlet to the young voices of today by giving today’s multicultural underprivileged youth an opportunity to act, dance, sing and speak through classes, media, music and other creative outlets. It will also create career opportunity in the areas of Sound and Lighting engineers, Music Directors, Video editors, Video Camera operators, Carpentry, Advertising and Promotion persons, stage directors and media directors. Additional training will be given to teens and youth adults who desire job skills training through our Job Development program.
    One of the ways we accomplish this goal is through our Teens Speaking out Radio Show which allows Teens and young Adults who have issues concerning  school, peer pressure, dating abuse,  sex, gangs violence, drugs, teen pregnancies, suicide and their environments but looking for ways to overcome their situation without discrimination. We allow youth to speak out concerning how they feel about their situation. We offer solution through a thought management program. We also offer mentoring to teens, counseling and support.
     By giving the youth projects that are for them and by them, Teens Speaking Out Movement is giving them the opportunity to express themselves. So many of these children have voices that need to be heard, stories that need to be spoken and pain that needs to be understood. They need to feel important and valued and that there opinions, thoughts and ideas matter.

  • 01:01

    TEENS SPEAKING OUT MOVEMENT AND PARTNERS

    in Social Networking

    Teens speaking out movement and partners are working to built a better community through bringing resources to our youth.
    Our goal is to give an outlet to the young voices of today by giving today’s multicultural underprivileged youth an opportunity to act, dance, sing and speak through classes, media, music and other creative outlets. It will also create career opportunity in the areas of Sound and Lighting engineers, Music Directors, Video editors, Video Camera operators, Carpentry, Advertising and Promotion persons, stage directors and media directors. Additional training will be given to teens and youth adults who desire job skills training through our Job Development program.
    One of the ways we accomplish this goal is through our Teens Speaking out Radio Show which allows Teens and young Adults who have issues concerning  school, peer pressure, dating abuse,  sex, gangs violence, drugs, teen pregnancies, suicide and their environments but looking for ways to overcome their situation without discrimination. We allow youth to speak out concerning how they feel about their situation. We offer solution through a thought management program. We also offer mentoring to teens, counseling and support.
     By giving the youth projects that are for them and by them, Teens Speaking Out Movement is giving them the opportunity to express themselves. So many of these children have voices that need to be heard, stories that need to be spoken and pain that needs to be understood. They need to feel important and valued and that there opinions, thoughts and ideas matter.

  • 01:00

    TEENS SPEAKING OUT AUDITION

    in Social Networking

    Our goal is to give our teens an opportunity to express their talent through singing, acting, rap, and the spoken word. This show is to find talent in our communities and give them opportunity to share their gift on blog talk radio teens speaking out for 90 seconds. There will be teens chosen to be a part of the talent show and the winners will received (1st place-five hours of studio time in Atlanta, GA, (value at $500.) and 2nd place- an opportunity to play their song, rap or spoken word on our show during each weekly broadcast for 4 weeks; (value at $400). Also (3rd place-an opportunity to be a part of the musical play; “What About the Children”. It will also create career opportunities in the areas of Sound and Lighting engineers, Music Directors, Video editors, Video Camera operators, Carpentry, Advertising and Promotion persons, stage directors and media Directors.
    NO PROFANITY ALLOW

  • 01:00

    Understanding Relationships from a Young Adult Prospective

    in Social Networking

    The delayed entry into marriage that characterizes modern society raises questions about young adults' romantic relationship trajectories and whether patterns found to characterize adolescent romantic relationships persist into young adulthood. The current study traced developmental transitions into and out of romantic relationships from age 18 through age 25 in a sample of 511 young adults. The developmental antecedents of these different romantic relationship experiences in both distal and proximal family and peer domains were also examined. Analyses included both person-oriented and variable-oriented approaches. Findings show 5 distinct clusters varying in timing, duration, and frequency of participation in romantic relationships that range from those who had only recently entered into a romantic relationship to those who had been in the same relationship from age 18 to age 25. These relationship outcome trajectory clusters were predicted by variations in competence in early relationships with family and peers. Interpersonal experiences in family and peer contexts in early childhood through adolescence thus may form a scaffold on which later competence in romantic relationships develops. Findings shed light on both normative and nonnormative developmental transitions of romantic relationships in young adulthood.


     

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