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Las Voces Unidas, Florida - wrote on 7/28/2011 12:39:07 AM
Comment:It is of my opinion that everyone is raising our teens today except the parents, including myself. Theses teen issues are very difficult to deal with today and mainly because we as parents are out numbered in the diplomatic discisions of todays world. No one is to blame but ourselves and so let's not point fingers unless we are pointing th finger at the person in the mirror. The good news is that its never to late to make things right. There is one thing though; no one person can do it alone, diplomaticaly that is. There is no way that a family can survive in todays world without both parents working which leaves who to raise todays teens or kids or children for that matter. Welcome to the age of kids raising kids. Oh yeah, in todays world parents are obsolete.
sean, Toronto - wrote on 6/21/2011 1:57:05 AM
Comment:Hey guys wake up! can you not see what media trying to brainwash our teenagers? it is not the teenagers fault because in his/her brain they follow and they are thinking they are right. this statistic are not to be taken lightly these should be our eyeopener.Lets unite against the media and who makes money of our teens and tells them to be violent and smoke and things make a person cool! destroy the media Disgusting as Hell
Shantrall , Dallas - wrote on 6/13/2011 3:23:50 PM
Comment:This information is great to know, I am in the process of opening an at risk youth center in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth area. We have so many teens that needs positive role mpdels in their lives, we have so many issues with the youth of our future and there are not many place they can actually say they can go to talk to someone. Most parents think their child is not doing any of this but look at the stats MOST of our children or teens that are close to us are doing these things. They need our help.
Toni Smith, Killeen, TX - wrote on 6/10/2011 4:25:26 PM
Comment:I happened upon this site by accident. I see that the statistics are more than 10 years old for the most part, nevertheless these issues are still relevent in our communities. Some of the responses are interesting in that I am reading statements such as, "its their problem/responsibility/ etc.. not yours or anyone elses." Please take into consideration that it is a social concern. When our children are engaging in behavior and activities that land them in jail, on public assistance, and the like, it is the business of TAX PAYERS. Those programs are funded by individuals who hold a job, make a salary, and pay taxes. I encourage those who read this information that this is not where it starts. There are also statistics on how different programing are intervening to help the so called "bad" kids because it is recognizec that it isn't necessarily that the kid is "bad" but the situation is or has the potential to be if it isn't addressed in the proper manner. For example, we blame the justice system when in our view justice isn't been served properly. Many of us who blame are the same ones who won't cooperate with authorities because they are not "snitches" Consider this; though may not have happened to you it could have been you and can potentially be you. So help us help us by being willing contributers to the evident need, conserns, deficiencies, and yes programming of help for our communities. It is everybody's business!!
us, melbourne, australia - wrote on 5/29/2011 4:12:32 AM
Comment:it is good to know that much of teens, do that kind of things, this might be an example of it.
aarica, milwakee wi - wrote on 5/23/2011 2:00:39 PM
Comment:Im doing a school bible assignment and i really would love to question all of the teenage mothers out there and ask them why didn't you question yourself before you had sex.Im only 14 and if i were in your shoes i would have question myself like would i want a life fill with stress.Now im not talking to the tenagers who got knocked up by rape by hope u take this into consideration.
Annie, Salt Lake City - wrote on 5/19/2011 9:37:31 PM
Comment:Its not about being a good person, good people try and do thigs are considered 'bad'. the thing that makes this bad is that, its going up more and more. and the things that are PROVEN to come from it are becoming worse and worse..i agree that it doesnt make you a bad person. but the fact that more and more teens are geting high and drunk effects not only them but also the people around them, a thing us teenagers need to learn is its not always about us...even ill admit i have a hard time with that, but we need to see the big picture..
bailey rugg, salt lake city - wrote on 5/17/2011 12:34:12 PM
Comment:i am sick of people saying teens are bad because of things like drugs and sex i have a lot of friends who do these things and they are some of THE best people in the world and who cares how many are doing it just shut the fuck up and mind your own what do you get by telling others what they can and cant do?
Shanice, Australia - wrote on 5/12/2011 9:06:14 PM
Comment:I came across this website for a school assignment, as i read through ther comments i realised that people just want to sound like hey know what they are talking bout :/ i can not exactly say that i do either! but, i was born to a teen mum and as the child, my mum worked her ARSE off looking after me. and she did a FANTASTIC job! not all teen mums have to be sluts in my mums case it was assult, people need to stop listening to the MEDIA and get the FACTS, BEFORE accusing these young mothers of being BAD PEOPLE. becuase, if anything they are the BEST people you will ever meet! thnx for reading this! =]
shanequia johnson, louisainna - wrote on 5/6/2011 8:03:58 AM
Comment:some parents are beenin their kids friends so wen thet grown ass start smokeing drinkin fuckin yall gt some to say shut da fuck up
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