This is a discussion on Teenager Pregnency within the General Pregnancy Discussion forum, part of the Pregnancy Forum category; Originally Posted by Carol Lol ! No . Start with T ends with Y. Know alrdy ? Sound like me.. ...
If the more you object them to have a bf the more they will rebel . So I won't object if my daughter has a bf .But definitely give her sex education .
My parents did not teach me about sex education so it was curiousity that triggers out it .
I've went through this stage myself so I'd probably understand and wont object to it .
It's better to start saving up now just incase if it happens . LOL !
Nowadays youngsters so open already . Sooner or later they sure wanna ''test water'' out of curiosity .
But personally my preference is if pregnant at 16yrs old is kinda too young . I'd get a shock out of my life . If 18yrs old I guess she will be more mature in handling such issues .
My little gal who is turning 7 years old is already asking me when can she get a boyfriend.
Told her she can get one if she goes into Uni.
She can tell me " mommy..by then i so old already..how to get boyfriend?"
Wonder where she get that idea from? and she bargained with me and says she will get a BF when she's 16. *faint*
Well...i've already given her the neccessay education. Next thing to do is pray she dont get into trouble at a young age.
Wow , children this days are getting smarter .
My parent in law married when father in law is 18 & mother in law is 21..
My own parents married when dad is 23 & mum is 17..
and we married when I'm 16 & dear husband is 18..
Elder sis married at 20 & brother in law is 24..
I heard pple say.. It "run" in the family...
For me.. I'm lack of daddy love.. thus seeking BGR at very young age and dear husband & I ROM once i turn 16.. then I got preggy with dear son who due 10 months later.. Pple tend to think married young = shot gun.. But at least it not in my case.. After being together for 6 years.. There's no reason on "why do we want to married young.." I no longer find any answer for this.. Just hope we can peacefully happily work towards our future & goals together...
In my point of view.. There's no minimum age limit to be a parent as long as you done all your part & be resposible for every single action you make.
But for my own son in future.. I hope he at least get good education background, finished his NS.. get a stable income job then get settle down... that will be like 23? hahahaha~!! But I believe this kind of things is not within our control and i'm not thinking "that" far yet~!! Let me settle for his P1 education 1st~ LOLs!
me too me too! me same as XX. 16 preggy.
to me, its impt that we sex educate our child. and upbringing is very impt. but if really one day he's 21, and wants to get parried becuz the gf is preggy, i'll be happy, at least i know he's willing to take the responsibilty and not like those other heartless guys who only know how to ask the gf to go for abortion!
call me selfish, but the girl should have know how to protect herself cos she is at the losing end...or at least, their parents should have tell her to be careful. boys will always be boys, so it is up to the girls to stop all these nonsense.
so i think the key is still telling dear son/dear daughter to avoid such situations....
Last edited by jedamum; 21-08-2007 at 12:11 PM.
hmm.. i dont agreed. The ger can reject him if he insist not using a condom...dont forget is a FLING, the ger shld know the consequences.
Let me quote you another example.. Fling again, but the guy fell in love with the ger deeply. The ger rejected him becoz she only want sex and dont want any relationship. The guy become depressed, etc. Shld we blame the ger?
When a young couple is in love, is within the control of the boy also. I believe many young mums here been thru it before and they still got pregnent and married. So the only way is to prevent them from getting into trouble, and not the issue of repect. Sex is something many teenagers will want to try it, no matter is a boy or ger.
Last edited by tommyBoi; 21-08-2007 at 12:53 PM.
Will the kids bother about what their parents said? I dont think so all will listen. you know they can commit such act in the heat of passion, so will they still rem what you said at that situation?? haha
So i feel that beside telling them, preventive measures (condom) also very important.
I agree that both parties are responsible in terms of protection. What I meant was youngsters nowadays, they refuse to use protection and when baby comes along, they just take his/her life away easily.
R/s wise also the same, when it comes to matters of heart, girls tend to be more gullible and guys always talk bout love, but when the girl gets preg, he didnt want to be responsible. If the guy had loved his gf, he'd have used protection and vice versa, girl should also insist on bf using. But ultimately, girls are at the losing end. If bf says oh got kid then I marry you but in the end dont wanna be responsible also no choice. Everyone's into pre-marital sex. At the age of perhaps 26 who's still a virgin man.