We have all heard the expression "kids don't come with instructions" and it's so true -- they don't.
And when teens become parents they are not emotionally mature enough to handle parenthood.
How is a parent to know if their teens are sexually active? If they are ... are they taking precautions?
Parents can learn The Real Truth about Teens and Sex by Sabrina Weil, President of Weill Media and former Editor-in-Chief of Seventeen Magazine.
The results are revealed for the first time in The Real Truth about Teens and Sex. This book is a great tool for parents to learn about their teens sexual activity and how to keep them from becoming teen parents.
Although teen pregnancy has been on the decline over the past decade, more and more teens are having sex.
According to facts at http://www.stayteen.org/ three out of ten teenage girls in the United States get pregnant at least one before age 20 -- that amounts to 745,000 teen pregnancies each year.
The United States has the highest teen pregnancy rate in the industrialized world -- twice as high as in England or Canada and eight times as high as in the Netherlands or Japan.
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