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Hunter Canterbury
Hunter Canterbury :         Suicide is the THIRD leading cause of death for ages 12-18.
More teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease, COMBINED.
Each day in the United States there are an average of over 5,400 attempts by people ages 12-18.

Suicide is such a huge problem in the world today, but we have the power to change that.
I wrote this song to hopefully help anyone going through a tough time with suicidal thoughts, self-harm, and feeling worthless.
Just remember, you're not alone in this battle.
If you want the song, it's on iTunes for just 99 cents. If you're broke, like me, you can listen to it for free on here, YouTube, and Spotify.
Hope this helps in some way. Stay strong
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=937365929613632

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Hailey Melton
Hailey Melton :         Suicide is the THIRD leading cause of death for ages 12-18.
More teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease, COMBINED.
Each day in the United States there are an average of over 5,400 attempts by people ages 12-18.

Suicide is such a huge problem in the world today, but we have the power to change that.
I wrote this song to hopefully help anyone going through a tough time with suicidal thoughts, self-harm, and feeling worthless.
Just remember, you're not alone in this battle.
If you want the song, it's on iTunes for just 99 cents. If you're broke, like me, you can listen to it for free on here, YouTube, and Spotify.
Hope this helps in some way. Stay strong
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=937365929613632

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Kitty Saysannfizzy Lovestacos
Kitty Saysannfizzy Lovestacos :         Suicide is the THIRD leading cause of death for ages 12-18.
More teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease, COMBINED.
Each day in the United States there are an average of over 5,400 attempts by people ages 12-18.

Suicide is such a huge problem in the world today, but we have the power to change that.
I wrote this song to hopefully help anyone going through a tough time with suicidal thoughts, self-harm, and feeling worthless.
Just remember, you're not alone in this battle.
If you want the song, it's on iTunes for just 99 cents. If you're broke, like me, you can listen to it for free on here, YouTube, and Spotify.
Hope this helps in some way. Stay strong
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=937365929613632

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Kevin Moore
Kevin Moore : well had a tragedy today crs showed up. went to work no keys no problem I have 2 at work just for safe measure. come home go to leave tell the son to lock door don't have keys . go to visit my uncle then stop visit my aunt start home oh I don't have house keys oh they must be in truck somewhere oh maybe garage that's it used them there this morning before work nope. well time to play teenager that's sucks climbing in the window hey keys are on table right where I left them at 5;15 this morning old age stinks
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Katie Lee
Katie Lee :     This. This is .... Beyond words.... I will always be here... If you're looking for a sign to stay alive tonight? This is it. Come talk to me or someone. I will NEVER turn down someone in need of a reason to live. No matter how much we fight. If I hate you or anything. Please know, I will always be here..


{Mary Cotton this song }     Suicide is the THIRD leading cause of death for ages 12-18.
More teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease, COMBINED.
Each day in the United States there are an average of over 5,400 attempts by people ages 12-18.

Suicide is such a huge problem in the world today, but we have the power to change that.
I wrote this song to hopefully help anyone going through a tough time with suicidal thoughts, self-harm, and feeling worthless.
Just remember, you're not alone in this battle.
If you want the song, it's on iTunes for just 99 cents. If you're broke, like me, you can listen to it for free on here, YouTube, and Spotify.
Hope this helps in some way. Stay strong
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=937365929613632

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Hope Renee Flowers
Hope Renee Flowers :         Suicide is the THIRD leading cause of death for ages 12-18.
More teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease, COMBINED.
Each day in the United States there are an average of over 5,400 attempts by people ages 12-18.

Suicide is such a huge problem in the world today, but we have the power to change that.
I wrote this song to hopefully help anyone going through a tough time with suicidal thoughts, self-harm, and feeling worthless.
Just remember, you're not alone in this battle.
If you want the song, it's on iTunes for just 99 cents. If you're broke, like me, you can listen to it for free on here, YouTube, and Spotify.
Hope this helps in some way. Stay strong
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=937365929613632

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Melody Batistil Loreto
Melody Batistil Loreto : Can We Guess Who You Are in Only 20 Questions?     Babae po ako. Mali ka jan sa inaakala mo. La la la
Well, #5 is so truee... low self-esteem problems.. @_@V
Ang saya lang nung #2! Twen-teen pa daw ako! hahahh


Here is our best guess at who you are:
1. You are male.
2. You are still a teenager, but won't be one for very much longer.
3. You're in college and are already worried about finding the perfect job that will be both fulfilling and will pay well. Your future worries you more than you'd like to admit.
4. You have beautiful, silky brown hair and big eyes.
5. You know that if you'd only believe in yourself more, things would be much easier for you. Yet you still doubt your instincts more than you should, instead of trusting them every time.

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Mary Vaughn
Mary Vaughn :         Suicide is the THIRD leading cause of death for ages 12-18.
More teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease, COMBINED.
Each day in the United States there are an average of over 5,400 attempts by people ages 12-18.

Suicide is such a huge problem in the world today, but we have the power to change that.
I wrote this song to hopefully help anyone going through a tough time with suicidal thoughts, self-harm, and feeling worthless.
Just remember, you're not alone in this battle.
If you want the song, it's on iTunes for just 99 cents. If you're broke, like me, you can listen to it for free on here, YouTube, and Spotify.
Hope this helps in some way. Stay strong
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=937365929613632

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Haley Morris
Haley Morris :         Suicide is the THIRD leading cause of death for ages 12-18.
More teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease, COMBINED.
Each day in the United States there are an average of over 5,400 attempts by people ages 12-18.

Suicide is such a huge problem in the world today, but we have the power to change that.
I wrote this song to hopefully help anyone going through a tough time with suicidal thoughts, self-harm, and feeling worthless.
Just remember, you're not alone in this battle.
If you want the song, it's on iTunes for just 99 cents. If you're broke, like me, you can listen to it for free on here, YouTube, and Spotify.
Hope this helps in some way. Stay strong
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=937365929613632

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Charles Smith
Charles Smith : People always talk about how their teenagers don't listen to them n they can get them to eat, its funny cause I have the use problem with my 2 year old.
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Brandon Aquino
Brandon Aquino :         Suicide is the THIRD leading cause of death for ages 12-18.
More teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease, COMBINED.
Each day in the United States there are an average of over 5,400 attempts by people ages 12-18.

Suicide is such a huge problem in the world today, but we have the power to change that.
I wrote this song to hopefully help anyone going through a tough time with suicidal thoughts, self-harm, and feeling worthless.
Just remember, you're not alone in this battle.
If you want the song, it's on iTunes for just 99 cents. If you're broke, like me, you can listen to it for free on here, YouTube, and Spotify.
Hope this helps in some way. Stay strong
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=937365929613632

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Sandy Thebookconnoisseur Barrett Sims
Sandy Thebookconnoisseur Barrett Sims : A Girl Called Nikki     It’s not easy being a teenager, and when the passage to adulthood is paved with sex and drugs, it makes the coming of age even more difficult for those involved. Shaye, Brenda and Nikki are all seventeen, beautiful, and caught up in living secret lives that no one their age should be living.

When Shaye’s mother was killed by a drunk driver, it left her to be raised by her father, a novice junkie who would do anything for his next fix; including pimping out his daughter’s best friend. The only comfort Shaye has in life is the forbidden love affair she shares with Rahim. While Shaye struggles to keep secrets concerning her relationship, her friend Brenda’s problems are ones that aren’t as easy to hide. Strung out on heroin and pregnant, Brenda fights daily with the fact that she will soon be a teen mom by a man who does not want kids at all; especially ones that will be born addicted to heroin. The loss of innocence for these young ladies begins with bad choices and from a willingness to follow the actions of Nikki Bradley; the most experienced of the threesome. Streetwise and intelligent, Nikki has baggage of her own which lands her in a brothel in Miami to work off a debt she incurred under Marcus, one of the most notorious drug dealers in Virginia.

Three young girls in three struggles for survival which start a chain of events that changes all of their lives forever.

K.L. Davis takes you on a fast-paced journey through the lives of impressionable young girls who each experience a loss of their innocence to the streets. In a story that is full of twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat, secret lives will unfold as a dramatic story is told of following the lead of A Girl Called Nikki.

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Randi Pants
Randi Pants : Timeline Photos     I know I'm not the only with this problem!     or worse even... but i still LOVE my teenager
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Sandy Thebookconnoisseur Barrett Sims
Sandy Thebookconnoisseur Barrett Sims : A Girl Called Nikki     It’s not easy being a teenager, and when the passage to adulthood is paved with sex and drugs, it makes the coming of age even more difficult for those involved. Shaye, Brenda and Nikki are all seventeen, beautiful, and caught up in living secret lives that no one their age should be living.

When Shaye’s mother was killed by a drunk driver, it left her to be raised by her father, a novice junkie who would do anything for his next fix; including pimping out his daughter’s best friend. The only comfort Shaye has in life is the forbidden love affair she shares with Rahim. While Shaye struggles to keep secrets concerning her relationship, her friend Brenda’s problems are ones that aren’t as easy to hide. Strung out on heroin and pregnant, Brenda fights daily with the fact that she will soon be a teen mom by a man who does not want kids at all; especially ones that will be born addicted to heroin. The loss of innocence for these young ladies begins with bad choices and from a willingness to follow the actions of Nikki Bradley; the most experienced of the threesome. Streetwise and intelligent, Nikki has baggage of her own which lands her in a brothel in Miami to work off a debt she incurred under Marcus, one of the most notorious drug dealers in Virginia.

Three young girls in three struggles for survival which start a chain of events that changes all of their lives forever.

K.L. Davis takes you on a fast-paced journey through the lives of impressionable young girls who each experience a loss of their innocence to the streets. In a story that is full of twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat, secret lives will unfold as a dramatic story is told of following the lead of A Girl Called Nikki.

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Chels XD
Chels XD : Do you ever have that feeling, where you need somebody to talk to.. but there's nobody to talk to? Nobody you think will understand you.. You wanna talk about shit but you don't wanna seem like an attention seeker by expressing your problems or asking for help... Cause this generation of teenagers? They see asking for help as attention seeking. Then rumors spread like chinese whispers.. Asking for help can get you bullied.. it's fucked isn't it :D #RandomMidnightThoughsNumberOne
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Sandy Thebookconnoisseur Barrett Sims
Sandy Thebookconnoisseur Barrett Sims : A Girl Called Nikki     It’s not easy being a teenager, and when the passage to adulthood is paved with sex and drugs, it makes the coming of age even more difficult for those involved. Shaye, Brenda and Nikki are all seventeen, beautiful, and caught up in living secret lives that no one their age should be living.

When Shaye’s mother was killed by a drunk driver, it left her to be raised by her father, a novice junkie who would do anything for his next fix; including pimping out his daughter’s best friend. The only comfort Shaye has in life is the forbidden love affair she shares with Rahim. While Shaye struggles to keep secrets concerning her relationship, her friend Brenda’s problems are ones that aren’t as easy to hide. Strung out on heroin and pregnant, Brenda fights daily with the fact that she will soon be a teen mom by a man who does not want kids at all; especially ones that will be born addicted to heroin. The loss of innocence for these young ladies begins with bad choices and from a willingness to follow the actions of Nikki Bradley; the most experienced of the threesome. Streetwise and intelligent, Nikki has baggage of her own which lands her in a brothel in Miami to work off a debt she incurred under Marcus, one of the most notorious drug dealers in Virginia.

Three young girls in three struggles for survival which start a chain of events that changes all of their lives forever.

K.L. Davis takes you on a fast-paced journey through the lives of impressionable young girls who each experience a loss of their innocence to the streets. In a story that is full of twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat, secret lives will unfold as a dramatic story is told of following the lead of A Girl Called Nikki.

48 minutes ago - View -
Sandy Thebookconnoisseur Barrett Sims
Sandy Thebookconnoisseur Barrett Sims : A Girl Called Nikki     It’s not easy being a teenager, and when the passage to adulthood is paved with sex and drugs, it makes the coming of age even more difficult for those involved. Shaye, Brenda and Nikki are all seventeen, beautiful, and caught up in living secret lives that no one their age should be living.

When Shaye’s mother was killed by a drunk driver, it left her to be raised by her father, a novice junkie who would do anything for his next fix; including pimping out his daughter’s best friend. The only comfort Shaye has in life is the forbidden love affair she shares with Rahim. While Shaye struggles to keep secrets concerning her relationship, her friend Brenda’s problems are ones that aren’t as easy to hide. Strung out on heroin and pregnant, Brenda fights daily with the fact that she will soon be a teen mom by a man who does not want kids at all; especially ones that will be born addicted to heroin. The loss of innocence for these young ladies begins with bad choices and from a willingness to follow the actions of Nikki Bradley; the most experienced of the threesome. Streetwise and intelligent, Nikki has baggage of her own which lands her in a brothel in Miami to work off a debt she incurred under Marcus, one of the most notorious drug dealers in Virginia.

Three young girls in three struggles for survival which start a chain of events that changes all of their lives forever.

K.L. Davis takes you on a fast-paced journey through the lives of impressionable young girls who each experience a loss of their innocence to the streets. In a story that is full of twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat, secret lives will unfold as a dramatic story is told of following the lead of A Girl Called Nikki.

48 minutes ago - View -
Sandy Thebookconnoisseur Barrett Sims
Sandy Thebookconnoisseur Barrett Sims : A Girl Called Nikki     It’s not easy being a teenager, and when the passage to adulthood is paved with sex and drugs, it makes the coming of age even more difficult for those involved. Shaye, Brenda and Nikki are all seventeen, beautiful, and caught up in living secret lives that no one their age should be living.

When Shaye’s mother was killed by a drunk driver, it left her to be raised by her father, a novice junkie who would do anything for his next fix; including pimping out his daughter’s best friend. The only comfort Shaye has in life is the forbidden love affair she shares with Rahim. While Shaye struggles to keep secrets concerning her relationship, her friend Brenda’s problems are ones that aren’t as easy to hide. Strung out on heroin and pregnant, Brenda fights daily with the fact that she will soon be a teen mom by a man who does not want kids at all; especially ones that will be born addicted to heroin. The loss of innocence for these young ladies begins with bad choices and from a willingness to follow the actions of Nikki Bradley; the most experienced of the threesome. Streetwise and intelligent, Nikki has baggage of her own which lands her in a brothel in Miami to work off a debt she incurred under Marcus, one of the most notorious drug dealers in Virginia.

Three young girls in three struggles for survival which start a chain of events that changes all of their lives forever.

K.L. Davis takes you on a fast-paced journey through the lives of impressionable young girls who each experience a loss of their innocence to the streets. In a story that is full of twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat, secret lives will unfold as a dramatic story is told of following the lead of A Girl Called Nikki.

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Megan Eby
Megan Eby :         Suicide is the THIRD leading cause of death for ages 12-18.
More teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease, COMBINED.
Each day in the United States there are an average of over 5,400 attempts by people ages 12-18.

Suicide is such a huge problem in the world today, but we have the power to change that.
I wrote this song to hopefully help anyone going through a tough time with suicidal thoughts, self-harm, and feeling worthless.
Just remember, you're not alone in this battle.
If you want the song, it's on iTunes for just 99 cents. If you're broke, like me, you can listen to it for free on here, YouTube, and Spotify.
Hope this helps in some way. Stay strong
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=937365929613632

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Arcade Radio
Arcade Radio : Arcade Radio on 95bFM tonight from 7 PM to 9 PM. Don't miss a minute - tonight we delve into the mind of a teenage boy, play 4 #veryrare Gucci Mane songs, answer your love/sex/relationship problems on LOVE DOCTORS, freestyle each and every Arcade sting and try out a new segment entitled Barbershop Quartet. Tune in at seven sharp (instead of watching Seven Sharp)
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Sandy Thebookconnoisseur Barrett Sims
Sandy Thebookconnoisseur Barrett Sims : A Girl Called Nikki     It’s not easy being a teenager, and when the passage to adulthood is paved with sex and drugs, it makes the coming of age even more difficult for those involved. Shaye, Brenda and Nikki are all seventeen, beautiful, and caught up in living secret lives that no one their age should be living.

When Shaye’s mother was killed by a drunk driver, it left her to be raised by her father, a novice junkie who would do anything for his next fix; including pimping out his daughter’s best friend. The only comfort Shaye has in life is the forbidden love affair she shares with Rahim. While Shaye struggles to keep secrets concerning her relationship, her friend Brenda’s problems are ones that aren’t as easy to hide. Strung out on heroin and pregnant, Brenda fights daily with the fact that she will soon be a teen mom by a man who does not want kids at all; especially ones that will be born addicted to heroin. The loss of innocence for these young ladies begins with bad choices and from a willingness to follow the actions of Nikki Bradley; the most experienced of the threesome. Streetwise and intelligent, Nikki has baggage of her own which lands her in a brothel in Miami to work off a debt she incurred under Marcus, one of the most notorious drug dealers in Virginia.

Three young girls in three struggles for survival which start a chain of events that changes all of their lives forever.

K.L. Davis takes you on a fast-paced journey through the lives of impressionable young girls who each experience a loss of their innocence to the streets. In a story that is full of twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat, secret lives will unfold as a dramatic story is told of following the lead of A Girl Called Nikki.

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