Creating a Facebook Group for Pregnant Teenagers

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Essay #: 069710
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Creating a Facebook Group for Pregnant Teenagers
Being a pregnant teenager can be extremely stressful. Oftentimes there is a history of psychiatric problems, “sexual abuse, self-injurious behavior, and substance abuse” that can lead to young women engaging in unprotected sex and becoming pregnant as a result (Whiteley & Brown, 2010, p. 1). Young women who become pregnant during their teenage years can experience depression, feel alienated from their peers, and have problems at home. This makes it more important than ever for pregnant teens to have peer-to-peer support to cope with the issues that arise with an unplanned pregnancy.
Problem Statement
In the following scenario I am working with a group of pregnant teenagers who would like...
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