Short story about a difficult decision
No Easy Answers: Short Stories About Teenagers Making Tough Choices by Donald R. GalloThis anthology features stories about individuals who find themselves in situations that test their strength of character. They are called upon to make moral choices, face the consequences of their actions, and consider what it means to do the right thing. From computer blackmail, peer pressure, and gang violence to drug use, unwanted pregnancy, guilt and atonement, these characters face decisions that may affect the rest of their lives. There are many tough choices; there are no easy answers.
From the Hardcover edition.
Decisions (short film)
Jane Fremont was pregnant, again. This was her twelfth pregnancy. She went to her doctor for a checkup to see how things were going with her pregnancy. The doctor had some bad news. This pregnancy was going to have grave effects on her health and there was a good chance that it might kill her. The other pregnancies had taken their toll on Jane.
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Add to Read List. Decisions DING!!! The little bell above the door of the Marble Slab Creamery rang loudly when my mother and I walked into the greatest frozen yogurt shop in the world. I was immediately distracted by the overpowering aroma of three dozen flavors of frozen yogurt ice cream. Oh dear god , I thought. This is going to be a very arduous decision. I realized I should have brought a jacket with me, because it was freezing like a huge cooler with a mountain of ice cubes in it.
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