Author Archives: Jenifer Whitmire

Facts about the Morning After Pill

Many think they can take the plan B,” Morning After Pill,” and all their worries will be over. Before you go this route please educate yourself. First, you must understand that you must take two pills. Plan B consist of 2 tablets of levonorgestrel (progestin) taken 12 hours apart, within 72 hours of having sex. […]

Truth about Inhalants

Inhalants affect your brain. They can cause irreversible physical and mental change before you even know whats happening. Inhalants affect your heart. Inhalants starve the body of oxygen and force the heart to beat irregularly and more rapidly. Inhalants damage other parts of your body. You can experience nausea and nosebleeds; develop liver, lung, and […]

Facts about Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault

Drug -facilitated sexual assault involves the administration of an anesthesia-type drug to render a victim physically incapacitated or helpless and this incapable of giving or withholding consent from sexual behavior. Victims may be totally unconscious during or all parts of the sexual assault and, upon regaining consciousness, may experience some amnesia- the inability to recall […]

Things to know about the morning after pill

In 2006 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the Plan B for over-the-counter sales. It is often called the morning after pill or emergency contraceptive pill. It’s only available to those 18 and under without a prescription. Anyone under 18 must see a Doctor and get a prescription. You need to educate yourself […]

What are the right tools?

What are the right tools? Where can we go to find the right tools to conquer fear or to keep anger in check? Can there be wrong tools too? Tomorrow’s Hope staff and volunteers are trained to help you discover which tools work and how to use them. They can’t do it for you. The […]

Relationship Dependency

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First you need to ask yourself, “Do I have a dependent personality, or do I display dependent traits?” The traits are not always easy to identify. It’s hard to look at ourselves in the mirror and admit that we have issues with relationships. Dependent Personality Traits: 1. Difficulty making everyday decisions. 2. You need others […]

How can I survive my teens pregnancy?

Hearing your teen is pregnant may feel like you have been hit square in the face with a 2×4. The shock and pain can leave you feeling dazed for a while. She may have been your model child, your spirit-filled child, one who would never “mess up.” You will go through some major changes yourself, […]

Silence the Shame Part 1

Share the journey of Jesse, Israel, and Missy as they share part of their stories. Take note of the resources that are available for you or someone that you love. You are not alone. Contact us if you would like more information or would like to speak with one of the people featured. #silencetheshameTN #mentalhealthawareness

Taking Charge of your Life: Am I ready to be a mom?

Being a mom is one of the greatest things that can happen to a woman. But, becoming a mom too soon can be very difficult for many reasons–not just for you but the child, your family, friends, etc.. There are so many things to think about….Am I mentally mature enough to raise a child? Is […]

Alcohol and Drug Addiction

Alcohol and drug addiction happens in the best of families …..and it hurts. Dependence on drugs and alcohol is our countries most serious public health problem. It touches families from all walks of life. It doesn’t discriminate; it’s prevalent among the rich and the poor and it touches all ethnic and social groups. Addiction worsens […]

Think You Could be Pregnant?

Have you noticed that your monthly period is late or it seems shorter or different from usual? It could mean you’re pregnant. There are several early symptoms you can check for: sore breasts, cramps and backache, implantation bleeding or spotting, being tired more than usual, darker looking nipples, nausea and vomiting, bloating, going to the […]

What do You Need when You have a Crisis Pregnancy?

When faced with a crisis pregnancy and you don’t know what to do; you need trustworthiness, a good listener, non-manipulative, accepting, truthful, person without an agenda who keeps confidence and will not judge your circumstance. You need someone who is genuine and not trying to be someone they are not, a person of integrity. You […]

Crisis Pregnancy

Every crisis pregnancy is unique. Yet there are always certain emotions that seem to be common. Emotions such as fear, desperation, anger, loneliness, disbelief, abandonment… Stop! Take a breath and talk to someone who is not in the middle of the situation; someone who can be objective and give you clear advice and choices that […]

Calling all Pro Life Supporters

When looking for ways to  support the work at THPMC, is an excellent way to financially support the clinic as well as show others wherever you travel that you are a supporter. As you travel in your hometown or out of town, your “Choose Life” plate will tell the world that you support the […]

Tomorrow’s Hope Pregnancy Medical Clinic’s 1st Blog!

Hi everyone! This is Tomorrow’s Hope Pregnancy Medical Clinic’s 1st Blog! Today is March 5th, 2018, and I’d like to tell you about how I’m going to start trying to do weekly blogs on Mondays this year! Be sure to checkout our blog, as well as our social media to stay updated! Share with your […]