en

greyrose

Founder
What's up! Welcome to Generation X Live.

Photo Albums

Friends

usopenlivestream Standard

My projects

No projects started yet

Followers

usopenlivestream Standard

Newsfeed

  • greyrose Founder
    greyrose liked their status
    visit. iflirtsexy.com
    Oct 9
    0 1
    greyrose likes this
  • greyrose Founder
    greyrose and usopenlivestream are now friends
    Jun 14
    0 0
  • greyrose Founder
    greyrose liked that usopenlivestream joined our site
    Jun 14
    0 1
    greyrose likes this
  • greyrose Founder
    Privacy Options
    0 votes
    More Games
    0 votes
    More Photo Options
    0 votes
    Jun 13
    0 0 0
  • greyrose Founder
    greyrose edited their profile details
  • greyrose Founder
    greyrose changed their avatar
    Jun 13
    0 0
  • greyrose Founder
    greyrose commented on Maximilian Jansen's blog post
    Organizing college notes and study material properly


    Without proper notes and study material, it is almost
    impossible for college students to conduct revision for their exams in the
    proper way. Suc...
    Jun 13
    1 0
    greyrose Founder
    Jun 13
    Excellent article.
    You need to sign in to comment
  • It's Ron Stewart's birthday!
    greyrose Founder
    Ron Stewart
    Birthday: 24 Apr
    Apr 24
    0 0
  • greyrose Founder
    Have teens gotten a bad rap in recent years? They are typically characterized as self-involved, reckless, and only interested in “sharing” on their phones, but the youth of today, in reality, are actually behaving more virtuously than they have in a long time.

    Statistics tell an optimistic story. From smoking and drug use to unwanted pregnancies and abortions, the trends today show most teenagers making good choices. They are even volunteering in their communities more than ever before.

    Smoking has become uncool. According to national CDC statistics, cigarette smoking among high school students is at the lowest level in 22 years. The rate was cut almost in half, leaving just 15.7 percent of teens smoking in 2013.

    Drunk driving is far less common. The Youth Risk Behavior Survey has revealed that at half as many high school students say they got behind the wheel drunk in 2011 compared to 1991.

    Drug abuse is down. Recreational use of prescription pain relievers continue a three year decline, part of an overall two-decade trend. The number of high school kids using was 33% lower than a decade ago, according to a recently released national survey, Monitoring the Future. The survey noted that marijuana use remained stable, even with the increase of states allowing recreational use.
    Today’s teens regularly volunteer more. A higher number of teens in twelfth-grade are volunteering at least once per month. The proportion rose from 24 percent in 1991 to 37 percent in 2012, according to Child Trends. The nonprofit research center that tracks youth trends says it is an encouraging trend, “Teens who volunteer are more likely to have positive academic, psychological, and occupational well-being.”

    Armed with these positive trends, the next time you hear complaints about “today’s youth” you can inject the conversation with a few rays of hope.
    Have teens gotten a bad rap in recent years? They are typically characterized as self-involved, reckless, and only interested in “sharing” on their phones, but the youth of today, in reality, are actually behaving more virtuously than they have in a long time.

    Statistics tell an optim...See more
    Dec 7 '16
    0 0
  • greyrose Founder
    greyrose uploaded 1 new photo to Inspiration album
    Dec 3 '16
    0 0
You need to sign in to comment
No comments
You can't view this page due to limited permissions