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The Worlds problems There are quite a few problems which America faces today The three worst in my belief are teenage pregnancy those with no work ethic and poverty All of which could be prevented with better parenting skills With better parenting skills young girls might have the morals and values needed to say no in life changing situations More children should be taught at a young age that it is mandatory for them to get an education With that education get a job and function as a good citizen of the United States There might be companies that are more successful if that was accomplished Poverty could be a lot less common if the problems above would be taken seriously Could you imagine being fourteen years old a freshman in high school with a child You could not work because you are not old enough to hold a job no more going out with friends and doing things that kids your age do because you have a baby I certainly couldnt imagine having a family at that age if there was one there are times that the father of the child doesnt want anything to do with the baby because there too young to understand what it means to be a man Yet no one has taught either child about respect for themselves morals or values So how is it that two children are to raise a baby if they have not been raised properly themselves I am not saying that in every case they werent taught some times there were just poor choices involved or no choice at all but if children were shown a good example than there would be fewer cases of teenage pregnancy I was taught at a young age that I was going to have to work for everything that I wanted If I wanted five dollars to go to a movie then I was to
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