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Motivation for Young Parents is a blog for is a place where young parents and for supporters of young parents, to gain and/or give motivation and inspirational support. I was a teen parent who was raised by a mother who was a teen parent. I understand the struggles of an teen parent and have done public speaking in support of teen parents. I also work as a case manager/ home visitor position working with teen parents. I started this page because I wanted a place to share my experience and knowledge. Thanks for checking out my page.



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This is the place where young parents can share there story, or for any one who wants to stand up for teen parents. Give encouragement, advice, tips, tricks or just a place to vent frustration. I look forward to reading and responding to your post.

~Renee


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  1. Let me first share that if I can do it, so can you. I had my first son at 14 and a second at 16. It was hard, it really was but with God on my side, he always made a way for me and my sons. People damned me to hell and said I would be a welfare recipient for the rest of my life. The worst thing someone can ever do is doubt me. I won't argue or debate, because talk is cheap. I graduated from high school ON TIME, I went to college and became a nurse. I went back to school and on Tuesday October 30, I will earn a masters degree in nursing.

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    1. Congratulations Danielle! This is an excellent story.Thank you so much for being the first to share on my blog.I want to continue to go to college and get my masters degree too. When I say that, people say I cant do it, but now the next time someone tells me I can't, I can think about how you were successful, good luck Danielle.

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  2. To all teen moms don't give up don't give people what they want you have to be stronger for your self and your babies. I had my daughter at 15 and it was the hardest thing for me I was talked down, I got kicked out of the house I didn't have any help, but I didn't give up even though there was times I wanted too., God was on my side he guide me to do better. I been working since I'm 16 I got my GED after my second child at the age of 20, if god willing I'll be gradtuating next year from Criminal Justice, I own my own house an I'm only 27, trust me you can do it just believe in your self and with the help of god you will see things will go good.

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    1. Thanks so much for sharing your inspirational story. Your right about believing in yourself especially when you have people around who put you down. Believe in yourself, your dreams, you determination and your love for your child(ren) and you can accomplish anything; prove them wrong.

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  3. can anyone give me advice on how to deal with the sterotypes of your old high school friends and them always looking down on me and jumping on any chance they get to put me down i recently had a freakout on fb because yes i may be a mom but im still a teen lol i will freak out once and a while but i had three different girls i didnt even know message me talking down on me saying im a bad mom get off fb go love my kid god your such an lg . grow up . stop being so angry youll get your kid taken away if you post bitchy comments on fb .. ect... blah all i wanted to do was have another b#### flip on them because i was already in a not so good mood

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