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They Were Told That God Was Very Mad At Them. Then They Were Told That They Were Going To Hell.

What happens when you want to change the world, but find yourself changing diapers instead?You do both.It may not be easy, but these youngwomen show that being a teen mom isn’t the end of the world. They don’t lettheir situation or the stigma attached to it get them down. Instead, they get littlehelp from their community (and put the naysayers on ice).

They Were Told That God Was Very Mad At Them. Then They Were Told That They Were Going To Hell.

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Now, I’m not advocating that teen pregnancy is the only way, butlet’s be clear—women who choose to have children at a young age should not bedemonized or disrespected. Especially since the facts mentioned in thisvideo check out to be true. The CDC says that only 50% of teen moms receive high school diplomas by the time they're 22 years old, versus 90% of women who decide to wait to start their families. It’s important to have support systemsin place to make sure that all young women, regardless of their life decisions, have an opportunity to get an education.

John Micheal Stewart plays a character known as "The Boss" on the social media hit "Breadstick Ricky and the Boss" but he has some solid advice on why employees shouldn't overwork themselves.

"Breadstick Ricky and the Boss" has over 2.3 million subscribers on TikTok and follows the on-the-job shenanigans of The Boss and his coworker, Ricky, a high-voice tradesman who has a knack for getting into trouble.

Comments on the videos show they have a big following with hard-working good ol' boys like the Boss and Ricky characters.

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