Teen Moms Fresh Start Biographies
Tanya L. Taylor
Teen Moms Fresh Start
A Nonprofit, 501c3 Organization designed to reduce teen pregnancy as well as help educate teens who already are parents.
When I was young, I
worked for the Muscular Dystrophy Association for a while. I did
reception and fund raising work for about a year several months after
high school ended. That was in incredible experience in many ways.
I had a
double major in college, where I attended at Delaware and Technical
College. Psych/Nursing. Due to the Gastroparesis, and raising my
daughter alone, I was unable to complete my nursing clinicals. I
learned pertinent valuable information I refer back to today. During
the years in hospitals and doctors offices, my life took many detours.
Incredible detours that prepared me for all we are doing today. Visit my
website http://www.GastroparesisAndMe.com for more information and medical links. As
a survivor of and living with Gastroparesis, I want to make sure others
are able to decide other alternatives to traditional medicine. Due to
this illness, I have beat death on more than one occasion. I am living
with strength to fulfill my goals with the organization, and my dreams.
I, for the first time, am able to live a life of energy, I thought was
gone forever. Take a moment to click here Energetic Wellness Tools to see if what I'm using would be something you may need too.
Moms At Work
A cleaning company I began 15 years ago, to continue to put
myself through school and still be able to raise my daughter. I had to
sell that company to become a certified caregiver for my Grandmom, 24/7.
No Place Like Home Daycare
Creator of educational programs designed from infant stage through first grade. I created this business to take care of my daughter, and give the same benefits to other families. I was successful with the business and programs I designed due to prior education as well as life skills. My daughter was tested in kindergarten, and found to have the same knowledge and understanding as that of a child at the end of second grade.
"16 and Pregnant, Almost 30 Years Later"
I discuss a situation that I thought I would never find myself in. Sex was such a taboo word and was not discussed openly. Our bodies physically change to prepare for incredible futures and families. IF we are taught to look at ourselves and life with respect and admiration, perhaps our youth can begin to make more educated decisions about dating and sex based on self respect and understanding.