I Need Writing Advice!

This has two parts. So…

PART ONE


I’ve recently been ghosted once again by a co-writer. And I had no before hand plans for the story in question. How should I try to continue it on my own?

PART TWO

How would/should I do research on Teen Pregnancy?

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Heres some stuff on team pregnancy

https://www.cdc.gov/teenpregnancy/about/index.htm

https://www.pregnancyinfo.ca/your-pregnancy/special-consideration/adolescent-pregnancy/

And if they ghosted you then sucks to be them

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Aww! You’re sweet!

Thank you!!!

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I’m getting ghosted by a Co-Writer myself and it sucks… But they could just be busy with something else or grounded or something… i don’t really know… But I’m just writing the story on my own and hoping that they get back to me.

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This has happened twice with the same girl and REPEATADLY with others for different stories… Not really too encouraging when it happens time and time again…

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Yeah, it does get a bit discouraging. But when your story is blowing up and theirs isn’t then thats too bad for them.

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Yeah :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

I wish I had made a story plan before starting “The Young Actress” but it was to be my very first one, and I was too excited to think of doing that first.

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Me and my partner made a plan… well I did most of the planning but they came up with the story idea I just filled it in. But I hope that your story goes well!

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Thanks! :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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Hello!
One way of researching on teenage pregnancy is to watch teen moms and understand their lives.
One teen mom, I know on youtube that shares her life is called MADDIE LAMBERT.
Here is a link to her youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI0kgzbiHZPwth7qnfALjFg
I hope this helps! :heart: