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Free Teens USA Year End Report

2021 was a challenging year for us as we were not able to do much classroom education because of the Covid school lockdowns in New Jersey and California. It was heartbreaking to see so many young people shut off from their teachers and peers and confined in their homes!

We did use the time to upgrade all of our multimedia Relationship Intelligence Training presentations aka LoveSmarts education.

We WERE able to meet many times with young people in our after-school clubs, sometimes in person and sometimes via […]

2021-12-31T20:11:48+00:00December 31st, 2021|Community Articles|0 Comments

Wyatt’s Story

In this video, Julie Hofmans talks about the tragic overdose death of her son Wyatt. Wyatt passed away at age 23 after taking a pill he thought was Xanax. The pill was actually laced with the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl.

2021-12-24T21:59:27+00:00December 24th, 2021|News Articles|0 Comments

Why Comedian Chris Rock Doesn’t Watch Porn Anymore

Chris Rock and his wife of 16 years divorced not long ago, and in his stand-up special,
he cites porn as a big reason why.

October 15, 2021

“One of the things I’ve done in the last year, not just going to therapy, I’ve gotten off of social media. I got off all social media, I don’t watch pornography anymore, and my brain is like—I’m focused, man.”

This quote is from Chris Rock during a podcast interview in September 2020 (FTND note: the content in the interview discusses political and religious issues on which FTND has no stance as a non-religious and non-legislative nonprofit).

In the […]

2021-11-14T07:58:41+00:00November 14th, 2021|News Articles|0 Comments

Cohabitation does not lead to stronger relationships

A new study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family finds that the “premarital cohabitation effect” lives on, despite what you’ve likely heard. The premarital cohabitation effect is the finding that those who live together prior to marriage are more likely, not less, to struggle in marriage.

Michael Rosenfeld and Katharina Roesler’s new findings suggest that there remains an increased risk for divorce for those living together prior to marriage, and that prior studies suggesting the effect has gone away had a bias toward short versus longer-term effects.

They find that living together before marriage is associated with lower odds […]

2021-06-05T07:08:29+00:00June 5th, 2021|News Articles|0 Comments