It's understandable how hard it is to read your teenager, child, or a young loved one. I’ve been blessed to have a mom who understands these difficulties in a teenager's life. So I don’t have to hide these things from her, but some teenagers and children don’t feel the same. It’s not that they don’t trust you, but they don’t know how to say these things. I wanted to explain some of the things they aren’t saying and how you, a parent, can help or compromise through it. I thought it would be very informational and important if I share these messages with every parent, coming from a teenager myself, I really hope that it helps.
Last year, the Super Bowl was truly memorable. It included a flawless halftime performance, a great game, and hilarious commercials. The Super Bowl has always been known for these iconic accessories to the show, and 2018's Super Bowl will definitely go down in history as an amazing game. But 2019's Super Bowl had some rough patches. I wanted to ask my Instagram followers their genuine opinions on this year's 2019 Super Bowl, and everything that came with it.
Recently, I have been using Vocal as a platform to broadcast my stories, poems, and articles. If you are new here, I thought it would be very educational and more comforting to learn about this website from someone like me. I'm on here to create and support other writers in the process. The three main purposes on this website are to write stories, read stories from other creators such as myself while being able to support them, or finding writers to participate in certain activities, opportunities, etc. As a writer, I'm going to explain the benefits of using Vocal.
February is Black History Month, a very important month of the year that I think we should all value. Each year on February 1st, we all recap on the importance of this month. Whether it be learning about the history in school, talking about it at a workplace, or empowering your children with these stories at the dinner table. Black history is truly an important thing to discuss and learn about our life so we can improve the future and make it even more proud to be diverse. Although we have advanced greatly with our diversity. Here are some reason it’s appropriate and essential to discuss Black History Month.
Before I begin, if you would like to participate in these polls, I post these very often on my Instagram stories, @JennMelon. Feel free to be involved! Also tips are always appreciated—they go towards getting a laptop for college!