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Today we will be talking about Teenage Pregnancy and If it is still an Epidemic in 2010? How can We educate our teenagers (females & males) better on this issue? We will also discuss the positive and negative sides of this subject and Much More...Join in for this Very Special Subject Matter!!
This 2 hour show we will discuss teenage pregnancy and the effect it has on our community. This is a very interesting topic and will be a very effective show. How do we break the cycle? Is is a community effort or a problem that can be controlled from home? Be sure to tune in....
How to cope with teenage pregnancy. Teenage pregnancy is one of the most stressful times in a families life. This is becoming more and more common as our society becomes more and more modern. Below are a few suggestions to dealing with teenage pregnancy.
1. Stay supportive no matter what the decision is. Weather the teen is keeping or aborting the pregnancy it is important that you stick with them and stay supportive at all times.
2. Help the teenager with their decision. Weigh out all of the options such as the income and family support of the teenagers family, the family and status of the father, the future plans for the pregnant teen and the mental/physical health of the teen. These are all key factors to helping the teen make her decision.
3. Schedule an appointment with a physician. Weather you plan on keeping or aborting the pregnancy it is highly important that you schedule a visit with your family doctor to check on the health of the teen. They are also able to provide extra advise.
4. Suggest that the teen look into pregnancy support groups. These are available in person and online. It is important that the teen know she is not alone.
5. Another item to consider is adoption. Most adoptive parents are willing to pay for all medical expenses incurred and allow visitation rights for the teen.
6. If the teen plans on keeping the baby advise her to continue on with her education and try to save her money. A good education and money are the two items you need to ensure the well being of a child.
We will be discussing is having a baby as a teen a bad thing and is it better to wait and if so how long? We will also be talking about the challenges of being a teen parent.And is teenage pregnancy indeed at epidemic levels or are we over reacting? Tell us what you think!Call in at 347-633-9769 or email us at www.relationshipparty.com
Hr1 California bill AB775 is trying to force pro-life pregnancy counseling centers to offer abortion information.
Curtis Ellis says, imagine a world where American courts and laws are overruled by international tribunals (who are not elected by American citizens!)... That's Obama's plan with Obamatrade (TPP). TPP is the new NAFTA and the latest "we have to pass the bill so you can know what's in it." CALL YOUR REPRESENTATIVES!
Congratulations! California honored to be the worst state to do business 11 years running! The Democrats policies at work.
Hr2 We pause for a little humor (that hits too close to home) Muslim world reacts to Obama's speech on climate change being the biggest global threat.
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Feminists will find offense in anything, especially if it encourages man-bashing. First it's manspreading, now it's mansplaining.
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Hr3 Salon says our U.S. Military is a national security threat. Thank God (and our military!) for free speech. In other countries, they'd be wiped out or jailed!
Actress tells Teen Vogue that Planned Parenthood felt like “two arms pulling me into a hug” and that she's “eternally grateful” for the experience.
Unions want an exemption from the minimum wage increase. Shocker! What a bunch of hypocrites!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
Sibling rivalry is a type of competition or animosity among siblings, whether blood related or not. Siblings generally spend more time together during childhood than they do with parents. The sibling bond is often complicated and is influenced by factors such as parental treatment, birth order, personality, and people and experiences outside the family. Sibling rivalry often continues throughout childhood and can be very frustrating and stressful to parents. Adolescents fight for the same reasons younger children fight, but they are better equipped to physically, intellectually, and emotionally hurt and be intellectually and emotionally hurt by each other. Physical and emotional changes cause pressures in the teenage years, as do changing relationships with parents and friends. Fighting with siblings as a way to get parental attention may increase in adolescence. Sibling rivalry can continue into adulthood and sibling relationships can change dramatically over the years. Events such as a parent’s illness may bring siblings closer together, whereas marriage may drive them apart, particularly if the in-law relationship is strained.
Join Apostle Natalie Young RHL Ministry Radio's " THE POWER OF PERSUASION " with " K Luv " Kimmy found herself living on the streets at a very young age. She spent the majority of her teenage years in rugged downtown shelters, on a journey through the world alone with little family support.. Kimmy developed a strong Christian faith as this developed the soul message in K-Luvs lyrics. Her lyrics now took the form of music where she strives to relate to youth that face some of the same challenges she did growing up. K-luv has performed at many events including concerts at local churches, artist showcases and internet radio interviews and has recently been invited to speak at local Catholic Schools in the Toronto area. For booking pls email email@example.com : You can preview some of her music, including her debut single I Made It @souncloud.com/k-luv-4 or preview more music on reverbnation.com/kimmyluv Follow her on twitter @KimmyKluv/ Facebook @KimmyKLuvv
The Fall: By John Lescroart
Late one night a teenage African American foster child plummets to her death from the overpass above San Francisco's Stockton tunnel but, did she fall or was she pushed? Learn more when you hear my questions and listen to my interview with NY Times best selling author John Lescroart. Join us in the chat room and learn more about THE FALL and John's work.Fast paced murder/mystery that will keep you glued to the printed pages until the surprise ending is revealed. Welcome a new character: Rebecca Hardy the daughter of Dismas Hardy in her role as defense attorney. The twists and turns add to the suspense. So, listen to the show and learn more about The Fall. The book came in as number 10 on the times best seller list.
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Veteran radio talkmeister Chuck Morse launches his weekday live stream talk program on BlogTalkRadio with the contention that talk radio is dead. " I realized that the old model, the radio station with the stick in the ground, was dead when my teenage daughter told me that no one she knows in her age group listens to radio or even owns a radio" notes Morse. Young people, and growing numbers across the board listen to talk online either by means of live streaming or by podcast. Indeed online radio and satellite radio are now available in most cars and on smart phones.
Morse argues that the new online talk is appropriate for a society of independent businessmen. The talk show host can build his audience through social networking, blogging, and by linking and promoting both the live stream and the podcast. "In my case, notes Morse, the live stream and the podcast are supported by a 10K member social network, by my books which are available at Amazon Kindle and by my TV show which is created at the Boston Neighborhood Network and is downloaded to YouTube.
Morse is building his own media empire online as he offers his books, both spot and banner advertisements, and paid interviews by which his guest/expert recieves both a live interview and a podcast.
Chuck Morse Speaks broadcasts live Mon - Fri 10am- Noon ET on BlogTalkRadio. The podcast is archived on Podomatic, iTunes and Stitcher. Books are available at Amazon Kindle and the TV show is available on YouTube. Chuck can ve reached at (617) 271-5044 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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