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is it proper to get pregnant at the age of 18?

tell me what u think about gettin pregnant at the age of 18.

I think its not so bad as long as u know who the father is.

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I think its not for those that dont want to, but if you think you can do it ,then go ahead.

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why is it not proper to get pregnant at 18?

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Well, u hv said it tho, since u guys all know who the father is, guess no big deal as well.

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I don't think it is proper.

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i don't know i think?but pop get girls tough.

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my pops was 30 he married my mom when she was 18.

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look no further than the black ghettos of the US.

having a child at 18 is often the first step in a long generation of 18 year old mothers.

typically the dad is within the same age bracket, which means he is in no way prepared to actually be a father. which means your child might be denied all the things you took for granted as a kid.

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Oh and also I don't agree that it means giving up your life, having a baby at 18. It's actually just beginning your life. But if you don't have things established by 18, like a decent job, a father who's there for the baby, etc, then you should just forget it, wait till later.

This is the problem with our society today, we treat 18 year olds like little babies, and we're surprised when they act like babies. It's time to treat them like the adults they are, and stop reffering to them as babies. They'll never grow up if we keep calling them babies, keeping them in that "baby" mentality.

18 is an age to start taking responsibility for your life, and getting yourself together. Not the ideal age to have a baby, I know, but if it happens, you'd better be prepared and stop thinking of yourself as a baby.

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What is proper? In the end, you're the one that deals with it all.

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no

you have your whole life ahead of you.

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Are u getting pregnant intentionally to tire your boyfriend down or what becos if u are his not leave u and the baby. Why throw away your future?

Why destroy your Destiny

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Omo Eko i really appreciate what u wrote. thanks

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what do u mean by proper as in "intentionally" no it isn't but if was unintentional then it z okay since you can't really do anthin about it

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Getting pregnant at 18 is really a bad idea becos u are giving up your youth life and freedom and also u re still a baby yourself. I know people say a baby is a Blessing but also u don't wanna bring a baby into this world yet. U have your whole life and future right in front of you, am sure u don't wanna mess that up.

u need a degree and am not talking about BA becos nobody really cares about especially if u are looking for a right paying job. AM talking about getting your Master's Degree. U need a career not a job, so plz i will advice u to think about this issue and also talk to your mum too, this are the time when our mother's are needed so they can lead us in the right path.

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it is totally bad, you will get to a stage during nursing period then you regret ever getting married early

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At 18 a girl should still be in school and having fun in her life.

She will be starnded with a baby long enough. That can wait

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i dont c anything wrong with that, in the olden days its earlier than that

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Well it depends on what u mean by "proper". 18 is the age that formally welcomes u into adulthood(18 is the stardard adult age in most part of the world according to the law). So at 18 .u're an adult , nomore a kid. So whyn't- u can be pregnant at 18. But i dont think it's proper getting pregnant outside of marriage.

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of course, the above only applies if you're from a middle class or below background.

if you're from a rich ,kept background, your folks will simply take care of your kid for you, and life will go on.

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