In a time when cellphones were the size of cantaloupes and reserved only for the wealthy, the only way to get in contact with your friends was through a dial-up internet connection where you logged onto MSN. And even before then, the only way of knowing where people were was based on the number of bikes strewn across the front lawn. But nowadays, with cell phones becoming increasingly smaller in chip size (but bigger in screen size) we can contact anyone anywhere at anytime.
But there are times when we need to call (I mean text) mom or dad to let them know what’s going on.
Here is a secret yet efficient code that a son used in a time of emergency to contact his dad.
Bert Fulks is not only a father but he is a minister as well. He deals with kids and teens for at least an hour every week where he holds talks and information sessions.
His program is not merely for motivational purposes, or the typical “stay away from drugs and alcohol” talk. It’s a program for teen drug addicts struggling or going through rehab.
When he asked a group of teens if they have ever been in a situation where they felt uncomfortable but had to stay due to social pressure, all of them raised their hands.
And that’s the case with all teens, whether it’s drugs, sex, or alcohol, there’s been times where we have done things, or stood by in a situation that we really didn’t want to be in.
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