If you have a teenage daughter then grab a hat and hang to it. When our teenage girls start driving we start worrying even more about their safety. Here are 17 safety tips that my mother told me literally every time I left the house. And sure, it got on my nerves back then, but ya live and ya learn, right? This post may contain affiliate links that help keep this content free. When our teenagers start driving we start worrying even more, right? We worry about car accidents, speeding tickets, texting and driving, drinking and driving, the list goes on and on…. And locking our kids away does absolutely nothing to prepare them for the future.
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All Posts. Tiger Gomez May is the perfect month to feature this Bad Ass woman, Tiger Gomez. It is a time to reflect on a season passed, and celebrate the Post not marked as liked 2. I wanted to share a little bit about myself and my family and how I got where I am today. I am originally from Moldova, a little country Post not marked as liked 1. What teen girls are thinking…. Words from an 8th-grade year-old girl….
Jump to navigation Skip navigation. Last month, the ACLU's Louise Melling blogged about how street harassment shames and humiliates women , and is underreported because of the stigma attached to it. While that blog was making the editing rounds here at the office, I shared my own story of how I dealt with a particularly obnoxious harasser, and my esteemed colleagues suggested I share it. And there's gonna be swearing. I'm really sorry in advance Mom. I was walking to work last April, listening to a friend's CD and not thinking of much besides that I was a little late to work, and really ought to hustle to make my train. A dude passed me as I walked, and I didn't think much of that either.