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Becoming a Lifeguard

Lifeguards get paid to hang in the sun, surf and sand - but it's not always just a day at the beach. Find out what it takes to become a lifeguard! Back to Article

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DreamChild
DreamChild wrote:
2013-04-24 00:12:30 -0700

You have to be 16 and up to be a lifegaurd at our local parks that has pools. I am CPR certified when I took Health Last Year in 9th grade. One of our units was first aid and Emergency situations. We had to take turns to do CPR and they used sanitizer where we had to breathe into the those dummies like.

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allen
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allen wrote:
2013-04-22 16:36:03 -0700

My first real job was as a life guard!

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swaggergirlygirl
swaggergirlygirl wrote:
2013-04-05 19:11:20 -0700

Nice

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Best Thing About Being a Lifeguard?

  • Saving people's lives.
  • Hanging at the beach or pool all day.
  • Getting a great tan.

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Thranduil
That is the type of decision capable of changing your life. However, if you don't want to be part of it (And I highly recommend not engaging in that sort of lifestyle), then as hugebear said, you should sit your sister down and explain to her why you do not want to be part of a gang and maybe since you're afraid to lose her, explain that just because you want no part in it does not mean you want to lose her as well.
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hugebear
hugebear posted in Family Issues:
Me advices is talk to her.  Tell her exactly what your feeling and you doesnt want to join and ask her why she is joining.  Tell her why you think she shouldnt and also add that you feels that you will lose her if she does.
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Alsina
Alsina posted in Family Issues:
So my big sister just recently told me she was in a gang, I kinda already figured she was but I never asked. I don't really know how to feel about it. She's like my best friend, I can come to her for anything and I'd do anything for her! Anyways she asked me if I wanted to join the family, I haven't really given her an answer yet, and she keeps trying to pull one out of me so I jokingly asked what gang she was in and she told me she was a crip.Telling me that she and her boys will have my back and stuff... I don't want to lose her if i say no but I also don't want to be in a gang.  =(
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simran88
simran88 posted in Family Issues:
I guess you should give your parents some time to accept the fact. And don't worry... everyhing wil end up fine.... :)
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simran88
simran88 posted in Family Issues:
You should probably tell your mom or ny of your siblings about it (if you have any siblings)... or maybe you should just ask your dad about it when he's in a good mood. Hope I was of help.... :)
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