His story is both incredible and common. Imagine a child born to alcoholic parents who abandoned him when he was still a baby, leaving him in his crib wearing nothing but a diaper. Miraculously, the child was discovered by the landlord, but he was so sick he nearly died.
Success Story Shelby Arcand is a year-old go-getter. She works hard, laughs easily, and considers her 4-year-old son, Gavin, the most important aspect of her life. When you visit with this independent, successful young woman now, you would never believe she was once a struggling teenager who resided at Eckert Youth Homes.
I was always really popular at school and really social, and I think in some ways that was great as there was always heaps of friends. But at the same time it was really difficult always being like the centre of attention. People always talking about me, wanting to know what I was doing, and talking about me behind my back as well.
Three Detroit women who had children as teenagers defied the odds to become productive, successful professionals. Here's how they did it—and their advice for other struggling young mothers. No, it wasn't admission into her dream college, something that would have set her on a path to success.
Poor, Ford. But when the publisher sent the first copy, it was Ford who found it. And he wanted to read.
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Reading an inspirational story for teenagers can help you find hope in an otherwise bleak situation. Don't think you are alone when life seems to be at its worst. Many teenagers have been in your shoes and have been able to rise above the challenges to live a life of security, peace, and happiness. The following inspirational stories for troubled teens are about teenagers from all walks of life.
If you're a human and see this, please ignore it. If you're a scraper, please click the link below :- Note that clicking the link below will block access to this site for 24 hours. Depression in children and teens is on the rise, a heartbreaking trend that cuts across all demographics—rich and poor, rural and urban.