Tag Archives: Teen Health

My Name Is “Life On the Street” / Can We Talk?


Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Life On The Street and I have my own gang and we are always looking for new members. I do not want to be your friend, I just want you to be free to do whatever … Continue reading

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Introduction To A Living Death Filled With Fear And Hopelessness


I was a tough kid who grew up in an even tougher neighbourhood. That neighbourhood had all of the things that were not good for children to see visible from your stoop and on every corner. Pimps,whores, gangsters, drug addicts and … Continue reading

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