Teen Speak Out
JUST DO IT!
Posted on May. 21, 2013In response to “MORTIFIED:” I bet you he will say yes. You just have to ask him! (reply)
Posted on May. 21, 2013In response to “DOG:” Having a dog is a real big responsibility. My parents made me do quite a few thing to prove I was ready for a dog. I had to make sure he was fed, walked and had water every morning before school and after. He is mine and I showed my parents I was ready. Ask them – I am sure they will tell you. (reply)
Posted on May. 20, 2013In response to “SUMMER CAMP”: Start saving your money. Look for baby-sitting jobs or a small part time job. Work hard and save and you might just make it! (reply)
NOT THAT INTO YOU!
Posted on May. 20, 2013In response to “JUST ASK HIM”: If he hasn’t asked you and he knows you want to go with thin, then he doesn’t want to go with you. He’s just not that into you! (reply)
Posted on May. 20, 2013In response to “ISN’T GOOD”: Who care about all that anyway? This has no impact on me whatsoever! We have more important things to worry about, to us anyway! For example, I need to fill my car with gas and pay my cell phone bill. (reply)
Posted on May. 20, 2013I don’t know what I want to do this summer. I can go stay with my Dad or remain living with my mom. My mom’s house has a pool and a great yard for my friends to hang out with and my Dad lives in an apartment which also has a pool. I miss my Dad. I think I want to stay with him. He loves me so much. (reply)
Posted on May. 20, 2013My mother thinks Mothers Day is a holiday that all mothers should celebrate just because they are the “mother”. Being a mother isn’t just a title, its a role that she doesn’t live up to. She is never there for any of us. She puts herself first in almost everything and then wonders why no one want to celebrate a day especially for her. Hello? (reply)
KEEP YOUR OPTIONS OPEN!
Posted on May. 16, 2013In response to “JUST ASK HIM!”: He’s probably shy or maybe he just doesn’t want to go with you. You’ll know that when you ask him. If he doesn’t, then go by yourself or with a group. The days of having to have a date for the prom are over. You’ll have a better time anyway. Your pick of any guy there. (reply)
LESS THAN A MONTH!
Posted on May. 16, 2013There is less than a month of school left! So excited! (reply)
JUST ASK HIM!
Posted on May. 09, 2013In response to “PROM:” Why don’t you just ask him politely to go with you? That may be what he is waiting for. You never know! (reply)
Posted on May. 09, 2013The immigration reform bill currently under consideration will cost us $6.3 trillion and make up to 35 million illegal aliens legal. It’s a bad deal for us kids, as we will have to try to pay back the national debt of $17 trillion, which will be about $24 trillion when the president leaves office, the $6.3 trillion for this so-called reform bill, and several trillion in Obamacare costs. That’s over $30 trillion. This doesn’t sound like favorable reform to me. I am very leery when I hear politicians speaking of “reform,” while they spend trillions. This isn’t good! (reply)
LET IT GO
Posted on May. 09, 2013In response to “SUMMER CAMP:” Everyone has different incomes and obligations. Not all parents can afford to send their kids to summer camp. Also, please keep in mind that some parents do run up a debt that they may not be able to pay off easily just to send their kids to camp. Enjoy the summer with your family at home. (reply)
Posted on May. 07, 2013I don’t like politics and my family talks about them non-stop. Obama, health care, immigrants, terrorism, blah blah blah. I don’t want to hear about it anymore! (reply)
Posted on May. 07, 2013I don’t think I am going to graduate. I don’t have enough credits. My teachers say that if I do a ton of extra credit that maybe I can graduate, but I don’t want to kill myself trying to graduate. What’s the big deal? I’ll just go back next year. (reply)
Posted on May. 06, 2013Gotta love it – the Boston Marathon bomber and family reportedly received over $100,000 in welfare from taxpayers, and the thanks we got was a slaughter. Granting political asylum freely must stop. Guess there are free lunches in America today. Gee, I wonder where the money comes from? (reply)
DON’T GIVE UP
Posted on May. 06, 2013In response to “WHO ARE YOU AGAIN?” As much as I see the reader’s point, I totally disagree. My parents met in high school and maintained a relationship through college even though they went to different schools. They have been married for over 20 years now. Making it work was probably hard at times, but hard work pays off. They are very happy and have raised us to work for what you want. Don’t give up – you can make it work if you want it to. (reply)
OUT OF THE BOX
Posted on May. 06, 2013In response to “RESEARCH IT:” I had the same problem. I visited my school’s main office and told them about the problem. They put the word out and found a parent that could help with transportation. They were more than happy to help, for free. Sometimes you have to think out of the box to get what you want. Things are working out great; just use your resources. (reply)
Posted on May. 06, 2013Why can all my friends go to summer camp and I can’t? Why can’t my parents afford it? (reply)
Posted on May. 06, 2013Why doesn’t the boy I like invite me to go to prom with him? I have hinted to him that I wanted to go, but he hasn’t asked me yet. I don’t think he has a date yet. What can I do? The prom is so close! (reply)
NO RED MEAT!
Posted on May. 06, 2013I feel very strongly about not eating red meat, but my family and friends don’t agree and make fun of me. It’s a personal choice, so why do they have to make fun? (reply)
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