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Teen Mom

Author : Tricia Goyer
ISBN : 9780310339069
Genre : Religion
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Everything changes the day you discover you're going to be a mom. It's not just yourself that you think about—you have a child to care for, too. While you wouldn't trade your child for the world, some days are just hard. Baby-daddy drama, dealing with your parents, and worries about school, work, and your future slam you. Your friends can't relate to your little family, and you wonder if God has turned His back on you, too. Tricia Goyer understands. A mom at age 17, Tricia remembers what it felt like to carry the weight of the world on your shoulders. She's also been the coordinator of a teen mom support group for over twelve years, and she's cheered on many young moms—from all walks of life—through their journey. In Teen Mom, Tricia pours out her heart and shares advice for the hard things you face. She also longs to provide encouragement, reminding you that you can be the mom your child deserves—not in your own strength, but in the strength God provides.
Category: Religion

On Becoming A Teen Mom

Author : Mary Patrice Erdmans
ISBN : 9780520283428
Genre : Social Science
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In 2013, New York City launched a public education campaign with posters of frowning or crying children saying such things as “I’m twice as likely not to graduate high school because you had me as a teen” and “Honestly, Mom, chances are he won’t stay with you.” Campaigns like this support a public narrative that portrays teen mothers as threatening the moral order, bankrupting state coffers, and causing high rates of poverty, incarceration, and school dropout. These efforts demonize teen mothers but tell us nothing about their lives before they became pregnant. In this myth-shattering book, the authors tell the life stories of 108 brown, white, and black teen mothers, exposing the problems in their lives often overlooked in pregnancy prevention campaigns. Some stories are tragic and painful, marked by sexual abuse, partner violence, and school failure. Others depict "girl next door" characters whose unintended pregnancies lay bare insidious gender disparities. Offering a fresh perspective on the links between teen births and social inequalities, this book demonstrates how the intersecting hierarchies of gender, race, and class shape the biographies of young mothers.
Category: Social Science

Read Between The Lines

Author : Jenelle Evans
ISBN : 9781682614044
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 76.72 MB
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From her appearances on 16 and Pregnant and then Teen Mom 2, Jenelle Evans’s life was put on display for all to see, and all to judge. Everyone thinks they know her, but what the audience can’t see runs deeper than what is left on the editing room floor. What of Jenelle’s complicated life before her newfound fame? An overbearing mother. Erratic siblings. A father who didn’t seem to care. Though there was no camera to capture those difficult moments, there were, thankfully, a few well-kept diaries. Join Jenelle as she tells her story through the eyes of her troubled youth, taken from her memories that were scrawled across the pages of her own diaries.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Mtv And Teen Pregnancy

Author : Letizia Guglielmo
ISBN : 9780810891708
Genre : Performing Arts
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In MTV and Teen Pregnancy: Critical Essays on 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom, contributors from a variety of backgrounds and expertise offer potent essays about the MTV programs 16 and Pregnant, Teen Mom, and Teen Mom 2. Divided into four parts, each section tackles the controversial representation of teen pregnancy from a different discipline. Part One explores gendered social norms and the shows’ representations of teenage motherhood. Part Two prompts readers to consider the intersections of race, class, gender, and the social and cultural power structures often glossed over in these programs. Part Three turns its attention to teenage fathers, and Part Four draws from TVs representations of reality to discuss the impact these shows may have on the viewing audience. As the debates about these shows continue, this collection provides a valuable critical discourse to be used both inside and outside the classroom.
Category: Performing Arts

Teen Mom Confidentia

Author : Sahın Akbulut
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Think you know everything about Amber Portwood, Jenelle Evans, Kailyn Lowry, Maci Bookout, Farrah Abraham, Catelynn Lowell, Chelsea Houska, Leah Messer and the rest of MTV’s famous young moms? Think again! From how the girls of 16 and Pregnant were cast to the Teen Mom stars’ outrageous diva demands and the touching letter from Stormie Clark to the granddaughter Farrah won‘t let her see, these are the true, behind-the-scenes stories of TV’s most fascinating and controversial shows. Forget the rumors! Teen Mom Confidential is packed with first hand memories, newly published photos and updated interviews with the cast members everyone is talking about. About the Author SEAN DALY is a Los Angeles-based journalist who has conducted over 2000 celebrity interviews and contributed hundreds of stories to People, Us Weekly, and In Touch. A former producer for TMZ, he graduated from Syracuse University and has written about television for the New York Post since 2008. ASHLEY MAJESKI is the founder and editor of TheAshleysRealityRoundup.com, the premiere website for news and information about reality television. She is also a regular contributor to Today.com.
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Dreams Altered But Not Abandoned

Author : Erica Mills-Hollis
ISBN : 0615418163
Genre : Teenage mothers
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Dreams Altered But Not Abandoned - The Teen Mom Experience is a must read for any teenager faced with the enormous challenge of raising a child. In this book, Erica Mills-Hollis gives young mothers and mothers-to-be the hope, advice, encouragement and real-world guidance they need to be happy, healthy and responsible parents.Having been a teen mom herself, Erica knows first-hand the burdens and difficulties that lie ahead for pregnant teens. Her goal with Dreams Altered But Not Abandoned - The Teen Mom Experience is to give teen moms a practical, comprehensive guide that will give them the knowledge and preparation they need to succeed as a new parent. Dreams Altered But Not Abandoned - The Teen Mom Experience is not a book that condones or condemns teen parents. Rather, it’s a book that offers teen moms steps they need to help them overcome the challenges that they are about to face. It’s hard enough raising a child when you’re an adult, so imagine raising a child when you’re still wrestling with childhood yourself. Dreams Altered But Not Abandoned - The Teen Mom Experience includes a wealth of information to answer all of the perplexing questions that a teen mommy may be asking, from preparing for the baby’s arrival and being smart with finances to completing a resume and balancing school, work, home and baby. Complete with tips from other successful teen parents, this is an important read for any soon-to-be teen mom.
Category: Teenage mothers

Who S In Your Social Network

Author : Pam Stenzel
ISBN : 9780830760541
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Online social networking is just a normal part of life for most teens, but many discover too late that uncritical participation can lead to distorted relationships and even stunted personal character. This tech-friendly guidebook will help teens and pre-teens think through the dangers and opportunities of Facebook and other social networks and set healthy boundaries that will keep their hearts and minds safe and strong. They’ll also find frank discussions about sexting, internet pornography and online gaming and find out how to protect themselves and their future from the consequences of sin and addiction. Parents, teachers, educators, youth pastors, counselors and mentors will find the latest information on media and technology to help them guide young lives.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Butterflies Do Fly

Author : Justina Howard
ISBN : 9781300929956
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Teen Pregnancy And Parenting

Author : Keri Weed
ISBN : 9781136161032
Genre : Social Science
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Whether glamorised or stigmatised, teenage parenthood is all too often used to stand for a host of social problems, and empirical research results ignored. Identifying core controversies surrounding teen pregnancy and parenting, this book resolves misperceptions using findings from large-scale, longitudinal, and qualitative research studies from the US and other Western countries. Summarising the evidence and integrating it with a systems perspective, the authors explore ten prevalent myths about teenage parents, including: Teen pregnancy is associated with other behavior problems. Children of teen parents will experience cognitive delay, adjustment problems, and will themselves become teen parents. Better outcomes are achieved when teen mothers live with their own mothers. Teen pregnancy costs tax payers lots of money. Abstinence education is the best way to prevent teen pregnancy. Teen Pregnancy and Parenting ends by highlighting the prevention and intervention implications for families, practitioners, and policymakers. It will be of interest to academics and advanced students from a range of disciplines and professions including psychology, public policy, nursing, social work and sociology.
Category: Social Science

Busy Mom S Guide To Parenting Teens

Author : Paul C. Reisser
ISBN : 1414372175
Genre : Religion
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With almost everything you need to know to care for your family available on the Internet or at the library these days, how do you sort through the wealth of information available? How do you narrow down your web search? And how many pages are in that reference guide? It can be overwhelming to look for specific information. Relax—we have the cure for the common search. The information you need is at your fingertips in the practical and easy-to-use “Busy Mom’s Guide” series. Using a question-and-answer format, Busy Mom’s Guide to Parenting Teens gives you tips and solid advice as your child heads into the teen years and fights for his or her independence. Driving, cell phones, social networking, physical and emotional changes—all of these things are coming at your child with a vengeance. Don’t just survive your child’s leap into adolescence, take the journey together and learn to thrive as a family. Your roadmap is inside this book—enjoy the ride! Some content previously published in the Complete Guide’s Baby & Childcare.
Category: Religion