Monday, July 1, 2013

Freedom to Read Giveaway Hop



Welcome to the Freedom to Read Giveaway Hop. This giveaway runs July 2-9, 2013. Please fill out the form below to enter. Five winners will be chosen. The first winner will get a $10 Amazon gift code AND their choice of any of my eBooks. The rest of the winners will get their choice of any of my eBooks. A Smashwords code or email with file attached will be sent.

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16 comments:

  1. I believe peer pressure and know how to control their feelings and being strong and standing up for themselves....and being able to say no....and not be controlled...

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  2. Probably self image.....Sex is probably a big thing too.

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  3. I think self imaging as well and bullying.

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  4. being bullied and self esteem , from what I can get from my son. I know I wouldn't want to be a teen these days.

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  5. Definitely self image because of the media.

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  6. Something that I don't think has changed since I was a teen 12 years ago. Peer Pressure. It will always be one of the worst things that teens face.

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  7. I think teens today face alot more issues than what I did when I was a teen. Times have changed, they have social media to contend with, drugs that were not available when I was a teen. And most of them have two parents working all day, not just one when I was a teen. I feel bad for them, I really do. But I also know that teens today have so many more opportunities than I did. Either way, their challenges are so much different than mine were.

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  8. Drugs , drinking , sex, ect....

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  9. Bullying is a big one. Which also leads to self esteem issues and sometimes drug and alcohol problems, And with it all suicide has become more noticed among teens.

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  10. Bullying! It's at the center of so much pain and so many of the teens' problems. I think it's the biggest factor that pushes teens toward unhealthy choices, like drinking and doing drugs.

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  11. Peer pressure to drink, sex, drugs
    Want to be skinnier because of self image or bullying

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  12. I think self image and pressure to have sex are probably two of the biggest. Also at my son's school a lot of kids are chewing tobacco. It's nasty but I know they are giving in due to peer pressure.

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  13. I think there are the same pressures as when I was young including bullying, drinking, sex, and drugs, but even more prevalent today are the pressures to succeed and be "special" in school - student of the month, grades, SATs and so on. A lot of young people are spoiled in ways my generation never was materially, but by the same token there is much more pressure to be a high achiever and the emotional backlash of failure can be devastating.

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