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Peer pressure can lead to good teens making bad choices.
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A Parent’s True Story

After experiencing my good teen making some bad choices, I found myself surfing the Internet until I was so confused and stressed that..
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Esther S, NJ

start quoteIt was such a pleasure speaking with you today. Thank you for taking your time to tell me about those options. What a special person you must be to have chosen the type of work you are doing. I am sure there is a place in heaven reserved for you.end quote

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