Early Motherhood

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Early Motherhood
Arlisha S. Kerns
4/1/13
COM/172
Instructor: Heidi Willis

Early motherhood is not a new topic of discussion, but it is one that is constantly growing and affecting our young ladies lives daily. The concern of trying to find solutions to lower the percentage of young mothers is a world-wide epidemic. Let us take a look at the causes and effects, as well as the negative and positive aspects of early motherhood. In doing this, hopefully some solutions and possible preventions will be discovered and put into practice all the while ending this research on a positive note. It is time that we change the statistics of early motherhood.

The topic of early motherhood is one that is growing every day and it affects all young ladies. We have many younger grandmothers who are left to raise their grandchildren. Some young mothers are forced to drop out of school due to lack of family support, but there are others who do not have to drop out due tom having a very strong family support system. There are many programs available now to help prevent the negative outcome of early pregnancy. Although this is an unfortunate situation, it does not have to be all bad. There are positive aspects as well as negative, but the individual has to want to make the best of their situation. You will learn through the research, the many statistics, and situations created from this issue. It will also show methods of prevention as well as coping methods. The focus will also be more on the positive side than the negative outcome of this growing epidemic. No, this is not a new topic of discussion, but it will be brought to you in a different manner. Positive solutions and success stories for new live that are born is better than negative solutions and unsuccessful outcomes.

Pregnancy in a female under the age of 20 is considered a teenaged or an under-aged pregnancy. Mothers between the ages of 15 and 19 risks are associated more with socioeconomic factors...
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