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Oh no! I may be preggo!

Missed your period? Feeling sick? Witnessing an unusual increase in your spare tire? Before you sound the alarms and brace yourself for the family lecture, pause for a moment to consider your situation. You may be panicking when simply you are late for this month’s visit from Aunt Flo. Take a deep breath. Let’s go over the basics! 1. Are you
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Post ALL the Flyers!

You’re walking to class minding your own business, and then BOOM! Your eyes rivet to a sheet of bold color with a glaring headline.  FREE FOOD IN THE QUAD! Come and get it! Colored across this glorious rectangle is a grease dipping pizza and 3 smiling college students. You’re staaaarving (or so you think), and this flyer reaches out to you right in
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Pro-Life & Pregnant: Lessons from an Unplanned Pregnancy

I came to college with a mission. I was a Jesus-lovin’, baby-savin’, praise-music-beltin’ Mother Teresa in training. Of course, I was naïve and a little silly, but my intention was to share the joy that had blossomed in my heart with a world that desperately needs it. Though I’ve matured and mellowed, I still want to do just that. But,
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Cosmo & the A Words

Fashion, sex advice, dating tips, and celebrity gossip, Cosmopolitan’s glossy pages dictate what’s hot and what’s not to an audience searching for advice, pleasure, and distraction. As one of the most popular women’s magazines, Cosmopolitan reaches millions of women with each publication and internet post. In reviewing a variety of Cosmo articles, it is true that the magazine will occasionally provide a quick post on pregnancy-related
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Creating a Pregnancy Resource Website

A common trend among pro-life student groups is to create a pregnancy resource website that is separate from their pro-life student group’s website. This effort helps broaden their audience by avoiding bias that may result from your pro-life position. In turn, these websites provide strictly pregnancy resource information for peers at your school and women in your community. A pregnancy
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Host a Fun Baby Shower for a Classmate

When a friend or classmate becomes unexpectedly pregnant, she needs all the love and support she can get. Show that you are there for her by throwing a baby shower with all of her friends. She will probably need a lot of things to prepare for the baby, and you can help her get excited for the birth of her
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Adopted and Loved

Have you heard about the Radiance Foundation’s new initiative, Adopted and Loved?  It’s fantastic! Simply put, Adopted and Loved shares the stories of adoptive families. Through sweet videos and creative graphics, this initiative is celebrating the beautiful possibility that adoption provides for birth moms, children, and adoptive families. Moreover, the AdoptedandLoved website offers a wide variety of resources to educate and support people interested
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What students don’t know CAN hurt them

“What you don’t know can’t hurt you.” Or can it? In the case of pregnancy resources, we are all too aware that a lack of information all too often leads to unfortunate decisions. Every day, over 3,000 women seek abortions. They do not believe that they have the support and the resources available to help them through their pregnancy and beyond.
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Make Your Campus Family Friendly

Pregnant and parenting resources are important to prospective and current students.  Without resources and support, pregnant and parenting students may be forced into a life path with little or no college education, reduced employment prospects, and possibly poverty. By challenging your school to improve resources and support for your pregnant and parenting community, you will be impacting not only your peers but also
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