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blessed, orlando - wrote on 6/4/2010 9:22:11 AM
Comment:im 15 and is trying to change my life around but its so much temptation in todays society
Betty, London - wrote on 5/25/2010 8:13:55 AM
Comment:we live in a changing world, is it possible to have more recent statistics? Iam sure the education, publicity etc noted in the article above has led to some change a dacade on. Please give us new statistics.
tina, perth - wrote on 5/23/2010 9:41:44 PM
Comment:i just wanted to know how many teens were pregnant before the age of 18?
ally, gastonia - wrote on 5/22/2010 12:55:57 PM
Comment:awesome article i got an A+ on my paper!:-D
deja, chicago - wrote on 5/20/2010 10:03:17 AM
Comment:this is a damn shame stop the madness!!!!!!!!!
jESSICA, california - wrote on 5/17/2010 3:59:53 PM
Comment:wow, now I actually understand why your religion of Islam emphasizes so much on modesty ... teenagers need to reeally think things about their decisions in life, and find better paths of modesty.
virtuous, Marlton - wrote on 5/14/2010 4:14:05 PM
Comment:I first read this article because I was writing a paper for school. I was a teen mom at age 17. I am now 38 and just able to go to college now. Even though I did not intend on getting pregnant when I did and it was a struggle, I wouldn't have changed my experience for anything. I am who I am today because of the things I went through. Our trials and tribulations are here to make us stronger. Stay encouraged ladies, you can make it, I did. I'm not saying it was right or wrong, I'm just saying it happened, the baby is here, now what are you going to do. Sit and take it? or stand up and refuse to be a statistic. I refused to be a statistic. I didn't have help from the father and I didn't collect welfare, just medical. I got a job or two if need be and I took care of my responsiblity. My mother and father didn't lay down and have this child so she was my responsiblity to raise. Outside of me working we were always together. I have to say we have a beautiful bond today. She is health and 21yrs old. I am very proud of her. You can make it.
Na-Na mommy 2 be, Charlotte - wrote on 5/14/2010 7:11:44 AM
Comment:Kendra.... the teen is right. if ya'll know that it's hurting us why wont ya'll do anything to help us and since we're in a so called recession the n ya'll really should be trying to help us. otherwise than that i loved the ariticle
chelsie, canon city - wrote on 5/13/2010 9:12:49 PM
Comment:Im a teen mother i had my son my junior year in high school and all thought it took me over a year 2 finish im proud to say i just graudated and parenting is hard young but if it happens then grow up if u think u can make adult choices then be an adult and raise ur child and make a life 4 them dnt party take care of the life u brought in to this world and b smart about the choices u make the will affect u the rest of ur life wither it be big or small
ZERO, - wrote on 5/6/2010 8:31:49 PM
Comment:hey imerseyoursoul in love. I'M AMERICAN!!! AND I'M NOT A PERV!!! although i must admit that a lot of people in this country are really wrong in there. beliefs. the worst part is that most of that is that a lot of the people i know who are really bad are Christan guys who just LOVE (sarcasm!) giving us a bad rep!!! and yes i am Christan. but i love how you guys have made this website and for those complaining I'm trying to change the world to be a better place!
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