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With reality TV shows like Basketball Wives and Bad Girls Club dominating prime time television, it appears a growing number of  impressionable young women are beginning to emulate the drama-filled behavior being broadcast on TV.

Yesterday, Atlanta’s V-103 invited local teachers to discuss the effects of reality TV on their students.

According to the teachers that called into the radio show so many impressionable girls are taking on the negative characteristics of the characters of the reality shows. These characteristics includes promiscuity, chasing after the trappings of the good life, relying on the external instead of refining the internal, and not loving themselves.

Read more at YourBlackWoman.

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