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Jaxson S., Roswell, GA - wrote on 9/27/2009 12:53:14 PM
Comment:This is so sad. Thanks for the stats, helped me with my paper!
John, Covington Kentucky41011 - wrote on 9/27/2009 8:48:58 AM
Comment:these statistics should really help us see the need for reaching out to our teens, they are they only hope our country has to become better then what it is. Pray, Pray and find one and tell them you care about them and their future, it might changes their course they are on. Most of all be an example to all that everyone can flow with the crowd, it's the one thats goes against that stands out. Love Bro Koski
April, Tucson - wrote on 9/9/2009 12:19:23 PM
Comment:I have a 17 year old that has tried cigarettes a couple times and pot once. We have a very open relationship and talk all the time about everything and always have. She goes to school and has good grades, works and spends time with family. She is a pretty happy kid and I am very proud of her. There are no signs of drug or alcohol usage but I am curious at what age does the likelihood for a young adult to "use" decrease?
Edith, Chicago - wrote on 6/30/2006 1:45:57 PM
Comment:I am getting some information for a sermon for Youth Service and the information I found was helpful. Although I haven't been able to find anywhere in this website or any other for that matter regarding parents who had babies at a young age and now their child is having a baby at a young age. Some Generational Curses or something. But anyways keep up the great work and again thank you. Try putting some more statistics on teens and drug abuse.
Ashley, Georgia - wrote on 5/8/2006 9:55:58 AM
Comment:It help me a lot with a speech I was doing. Thank you!
Giggles, Carson, Nv - wrote on 5/4/2006 9:14:37 PM
Comment:So I guess its fair to say that most of us are guilty and have earned these statistics, am I proud of these? No. But I feel it is unfair to say that any one race is more likely to drop out than any other. It may run true in stats., but why is it like that? Racial descrimination. Why do us hispanics drop out of school? Well its because being immmigrants to this country there is nothing we can do to get a college education after high school and there is almost no point in going to school at all if you cant go all the way...and I know im not the only one who feels this way...
Midge, Lockport ,Illinois - wrote on 3/15/2006 6:28:51 PM
Comment:That has a lot of good information in it, it helps me to stay strong in practicing abstinence so that I wont be increasing the percentage on the STD rate
noni, colorado - wrote on 2/22/2006 1:06:12 AM
Comment:Thanks for the info! I'm speaking tomorrow at my school about self-respect and this really helped me understand that the teenagers who are doing these things to themselves have no respect. Someone tell me why you would rather be labeled as a slut,druggie,stoner,etc., then to have the respect of your peers, parents and others in authority. You can't respect anyone unless you have respect for yourself.
shane anderton, st. vincent college - wrote on 2/21/2006 10:52:40 AM
Comment:I belive these statistics may be accurate, but this artial may be improved by comparing todays statistics with past gernerations of teenagers.
Linzie, - wrote on 2/16/2006 6:48:17 PM
Comment:I found this article to be very interesting. It is amazing to see how are generation is falling apart. I am 17 and I can't imagine what it would be like to participate in these types of activities. I found the statistic that parents spend about 38.5 minutes in meanigful converstaion to be quite true. However in my family we spend about an average of a hour a day in meaningful conversation. I think this is a wonderful article, but I think it should be updated to date.
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