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whitney, toronto - wrote on 12/21/2005 11:15:41 AM
Comment:you cant argue with facts. As teens, we should look at this as a means of standards to beat, not a way to put us down.
Delma , Trenton , Nj - wrote on 12/13/2005 1:34:17 PM
Comment:I think this website is good for some teens are wondering about sex or having a baby because it shows that there are to many things out to worry about ..
Lindsey, Sacramento - wrote on 12/8/2005 9:05:16 PM
Comment:I'm a teen to and we're not all bad! It's not like we go out and have sex to make our parents angry! There's a lot more to teens than these statistics say.
Nicholas Nuttle, Lima, Ohio - wrote on 12/6/2005 8:44:05 AM
Comment:I am a teenager as well, but I believe when people get up and write about the negative things that teens do, it keeps you more alert to the consequences which will hopefully keep us out of trouble as well. P.s. If you do not like them pointing out the negative things we do ... then dont do them!!!
Whitney, Illinois - wrote on 12/5/2005 12:15:28 PM
Comment:I would love to hear more about Statistics on peer rejection. If you stop and think for a moment peer rejection influences alot of how a teen reacts. We I was in middle school my reaction was to turn to drugs, cutting,and not eating so that I could be really skinny like the other girls. My sister has had a hard time in highschool and unfortunately turned to cutting also. I take into consideration that we both were diagnosed with early onset depression, but so many teens react to rejection in different ways and I just think it would be nice to do more research on that because if we can stand behind those that deal with anykind of peer rejection we help guide them to dealing with it ina healthy way.
Mario, Arizona - wrote on 12/4/2005 7:36:10 PM
Comment:I was just wondering why all the info. Iam finding on teen crime statistics seem to be old. Like from on average 1993,1994 and 1999 at the latest. Iam trying to write a paper on this topic but i don't know if I should use these statistics. Not just on this site but a lot of other places on the internet. please respond to me. Thanks. Other than that great site.
Stephanie, Michigan - wrote on 11/28/2005 12:06:49 AM
Comment:These statistics seem really accurate, much like any other statictics I have found on teens so far on the internet. It has helped me tremendously on my research paper for school. Definitely going to recommend it!
craig, akron, oh - wrote on 11/17/2005 10:11:04 PM
Comment:I believe that these statistics are accurate, compared to the other statistics i have recently looked at. Also, that girl a few comments down from California who spoke out against that statistic on sex; you are extremely innocent. I go to a prep school and i realize the accuracy of that statement. How do you figure that teens arent having sex? There are so many kids today who are impulsive when it comes to sex.
Emmerz, nonya - wrote on 11/16/2005 10:31:39 AM
Comment:i am doing a report on this for world history and geography/civics and I gotta agree w/ some people these stats need to be updated, it would help a lot more. : )
Nicole, California - wrote on 11/10/2005 8:41:21 PM
Comment:The stats were helpful, but sounded inaccurate to me, like, "more than half of teenagers are virgins until they are at least 17 years of age"...wow i dont know where those teens live, but they certainly dont go to my high school. There are some other facts that seemed off, but they are national averages, so its not going to reflect exactly what i see in my community. Other then that, the information was helpful. Tanks!
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