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At first glance, the text seems to say that having a baby as a teenager will havenegative consequences for the mother and her child. However, the author's son appears to be doing well, and the text doesn't provide any concrete evidence to support this claim. It's possible that the son's success is due to factors other than the age at which he was born, and it's worth discussing the possible implications of this correlational finding before jumping to conclusions.

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Question: I think that researchers, educators and everyone else listed above can encourage others to discuss correlational findings in better ways by having them to do some of the research on their own. I feel as if people will trust their own research before trusting somebody else's. Once you find out what it is that you are looking for and its correct data, it would be hard to jump to conclusions My headline catching correlation is, having a baby at a young age your life and your child's life will be doomed. I know firsthand this isn't true. Being that I had my first son at just 15 the odds where definitely suppose to be stacked against us. I wasn't suppose to graduate high school (I did) he wasn't suppose to graduate high school (he did). He's suppose to be out here running wild, getting arrested, doing any and everything under the sun that's illegal, partaking in gang activity and just in and out of jail because he came from a teenage mom. At 23 now all of the above things that I've just mentioned, my son has never been involved in so far in life. Studies are suppose to show that teenage moms and their children aren't suppose to do well or prosper in this world. Well I'm here to tell you my son and I are doing just fine. Our lives may even be better then those who had children later in life and did things what some would say the "correct way". What is your response to the text above? provide an understanding of the text and express yourself

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My response to this text is one of admiration and support. It is fantastic that you have been able to show that having a baby at a young age does not necessarily mean that a person's life or the life of their child is doomed. You have gone against the odds and found success, both academically and in various aspects of life. You are an inspiration to other young parents who may be facing the same struggles, showing them that there is hope and that they can find success despite the challenges they may face. It is important to remember that every individual's situation is different and that correlational findings are only part of the story, and that we should approach such findings with an open mind.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Jan. 23, 2023, 9:23 a.m.

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Published: Monday, January 23, 2023