• Does having a baby as a teenager ruin a girls life, why?

    Best answer: More often than not, yes. As a minor, they are not able to earn a living, meaning they stay dependent for longer. They often become dependent upon public assistance, and have a hard time climbing out of that situation. They also spend a lot of time chasing after the fathers, who fail to pay their fair share of... show more
    Best answer: More often than not, yes.
    As a minor, they are not able to earn a living, meaning they stay dependent for longer.
    They often become dependent upon public assistance, and have a hard time climbing out of that situation.
    They also spend a lot of time chasing after the fathers, who fail to pay their fair share of support, leaving the mother on their own in a cheap apartment, or sharing with family at a time they should be gaining their own independence. The need for child care means they don't often have time or money for education. They end up in minimum wage jobs, dependent upon family or the public for food and housing.

    That doesn't take into consideration the wear and tear on a young body, not quite ready to bear a child, or the changes they undergo during and after pregnancy.

    It's a very bad idea.
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    4 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Should i get a paternity test?

    so the baby was born on march 14 2018, we had sex on june 13 2017, does that time frame make sense????
    so the baby was born on march 14 2018, we had sex on june 13 2017, does that time frame make sense????
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • If my daughter dads name is not on the birth certificate will he be able to file custody or paternity?

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    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Should U teach your kids this?

    Best answer: No, but I'm not a psychopath
    Best answer: No, but I'm not a psychopath
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How would you feel?

    Hi I have been on and off with a guy for over ten years we have a child . He had an affair , after me finding out he moved the women in to his with her four children in to his home .She fell pregnant they split . We got back together . The women who he cheated on me with , has a baby from him planned to keep it... show more
    Hi I have been on and off with a guy for over ten years we have a child . He had an affair , after me finding out he moved the women in to his with her four children in to his home .She fell pregnant they split . We got back together . The women who he cheated on me with , has a baby from him planned to keep it even tho she was evicted living in my partners house with four other children at the age of 26!🙄 I’m fuming because when we separated and he was still with her I said I don’t want my children around a home wrecker and someone who I knew was going to try and get pregnant befor she even did . Apparently my kids was around her occasionally without my knowledge . Now she has her child . He has seen it occasionally she is now saying she don’t want me around her child when my partner see the child . But my partner wants me to give him our daughter to play with her sister but my point is he don’t want to know his other children who he has had while me and him split but I should be happy with the fact he wants to make an effort with the women who had a affair with child and be governed by what she said I’m fuming . Someone else is currently pregnant by him to we split for 8 weeks 🙄 she said to him she can’t get pregnant and boom yes another women claiming his child . Would you say this is baggage ??? Which I’ve said to him . He says I’m the one going round in circles I need to grow up ect so confused
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it selfish to feel hurt that no one ever asks how I am doing or feeling?

    Best answer: Welcome to the invisibility of motherhood... always in the background, always working your a** off to make sure others are taken care of, everyone always relying on you, but rarely acknowledging that you're even there. I remember going through something similar when I had my first. When you're pregnan,t... show more
    Best answer: Welcome to the invisibility of motherhood... always in the background, always working your a** off to make sure others are taken care of, everyone always relying on you, but rarely acknowledging that you're even there.

    I remember going through something similar when I had my first. When you're pregnan,t people (even strangers) are so kind and helpful and considerate of how you're feeling. Then baby arrives and it's ALLL about the baby. Meanwhile you're feeling the worst you've ever felt in your life... flabby, leaky, frumpy, exhausted, overwhelmed, maybe even still in a ton of pain, but society expects you to pick up and carry on like you were never pregnant at all. It kinda sucks. One of the best resources I found was an early parenting group with other parents who had babies close to the same age as mine. We did talk baby stuff a lot, obviously, but were also able to discuss how WE were feeling and without judgment. If you can find something like that, or even a good mothers' group online, you might find it a good place to have some emotional support that you're currently missing.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do pregnant women cry so much ?

    Best answer: Hormones, man. Don't try to reason with it, even she knows sometimes she's crying over nothing but can't help it. Just give her a hug, tell her she's smart/beautiful/amazing/loving/wonderful... and ask if there's anything that would make her feel better.
    Best answer: Hormones, man. Don't try to reason with it, even she knows sometimes she's crying over nothing but can't help it. Just give her a hug, tell her she's smart/beautiful/amazing/loving/wonderful... and ask if there's anything that would make her feel better.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Would you trust Harrison to babysit?

    Best answer: Nope....I trust no one.
    Best answer: Nope....I trust no one.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What if with every abortion given mandatory sterilization would apply?

    that way you could only murder one baby (and yes this is a troll, but perhaps it will make you think about the price someone is paying - The baby)
    that way you could only murder one baby (and yes this is a troll, but perhaps it will make you think about the price someone is paying - The baby)
    50 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How long did you wait until having your second child?

    Best answer: We ditched the condoms when our oldest was 8.5 months old. Conceiving him took two years, we were expecting another long haul. Instead I conceived that very weekend. I wouldn't change it, I love having them this close together. But that second pregnancy was hard on my body. It took several years and intensive... show more
    Best answer: We ditched the condoms when our oldest was 8.5 months old. Conceiving him took two years, we were expecting another long haul. Instead I conceived that very weekend.

    I wouldn't change it, I love having them this close together. But that second pregnancy was hard on my body. It took several years and intensive physical therapy to recover, and my back will probably never be quite the same. Let's just say that the recommendation to wait at least 18-24 months exists for a reason, even though there can be personal circumstances that may lead to a different decision.

    Your husband is ready to start trying for a second child. You are not. In my opinion that settles it. Both parents need to be ready before trying again.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • My ex won't tell me the name of the guy whose moving in with her. Is that ok?

    Best answer: This is a very good question, and one which should be covered in your Parenting Agreement as part of your Divorce. Assuming you ARE divorced and not just the 'baby daddy' your Parenting agreement should address your part in the kids lives and knowing who is being introduced into those lives is important.... show more
    Best answer: This is a very good question, and one which should be covered in your Parenting Agreement as part of your Divorce. Assuming you ARE divorced and not just the 'baby daddy' your Parenting agreement should address your part in the kids lives and knowing who is being introduced into those lives is important. Since the kids are over there half the time, I'm going to assume you have joint custody (see Parenting agreement once again) and THAT is where the 'precedent' is concerning your involvement here.

    If your Agreement does not address this, contact your lawyer. Local laws will address this.
    10 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Brown gooey discharge in time of period stomach hurts, cramps every now and then. What to do?

    Might be afraid I may be pregnant and I can't afford a baby right now. What to do? If it's been 5 days after sex can I still take plan b pill? Or should I call my primary care doctor?
    Might be afraid I may be pregnant and I can't afford a baby right now. What to do? If it's been 5 days after sex can I still take plan b pill? Or should I call my primary care doctor?
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is this normal ?

    Best answer: Yes. You and your wife are creating a life in there. You're excited to have a child you already love them. Congrats
    Best answer: Yes. You and your wife are creating a life in there. You're excited to have a child you already love them. Congrats
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago