Secrets among male and females between 13 and 16 of age
A. having unprotected sex can cause pregnancy
B. being in the wrong place at the wrong time
Knowing the facts out here about teenagers lives and what their doing. 1.
Things parents are not knowing
Getting to the bottom line of what they may be going through 3.
Drinking and using drugs.
A. Getting drunk behind parents back
B. getting involved when it comes to knowing where your kids are Conclusion
If they do not take control of the situation of teenage pregnancy it will get further out of hand and not only will 13 and 14 year old will get pregnant 10 and 11 year olds will be having sex also And not be thinking of what is going to happened next.
Teenage pregnancy # 3
Today in this society so many teenagers are having sex and not realizing the outcome of what is going too happened after they have done it? Not all parents are in their kids business enough when they should be. Wondering where your kids are at all times when they are in their early teenage years are one of the good ways you can keep track of what they do on daily basics. Most of the time kids don’t do the right thing and they are most likely to not return from school on time either and that’s why parents need to understand their kids and for the kids to try to understand the parents and know that their parents are not putting them down they just care.
There are many factors that can be attributed to teenage pregnancy Children who are sometimes most likely to go out partying and drinking are the ones who are being raised by one parent at home when a parent is absent most kids in a single home run away looking for attention in the streets, not saying parents should be forced to stay together so that the kids can do right but 5 out of 10 teenagers are doing things because of the other parents not being there Pregnant teenagers face many of the same obstetric issues as women in their 20s and 30s. Teenage pregnancy is an important issue About 42 out of 1000 approximately one-third of young women in the United States become pregnant during their teens and most parents are not understanding it is hard being a teen growing up around a single parent weather it is the father because the child will need the
Teenage Pregnancy # 4
Mother or the mother when the child is going to need the father it is hard either way for them to cope with not having the support from both parents around. Some teenagers make up excuses to not use birth control to prevent pregnancy. Throughout the history of the world teenage pregnancy was the norm between out teenagers during the new era when they considered that a baby born from a young mother back then was a blessing. Most of the teenagers today are not finishing school or worrying about finishing school they are just worrying about sex and drugs and not worrying about the outcome of what could happen when they are doing such things as having sex and using drugs.
The birth rate for child birth among teenagers are rising by the minute as we speak and still nothing is being done about this. Yes it is a beautiful thing to give birth to healthy baby yet it can be a scary and frightened and untimely matter for teenagers to become pregnant. You can look at what is going on here today when females are not informing anyone that they are expecting and having giving birth to that baby leaving it on the sidewalk in a garbage bag or in the alley way or something it is a shame that not only teenagers are doing this so is adults....
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