By Elaine Chase;Ian Warwick;Abigail Knight
Aiding younger mom and dad explores early being pregnant and parenthood from the views of younger women and men in and leaving care.Most dialogue approximately teenage being pregnant and parenthood makes a speciality of the damaging effects for teens and their kids. but, for a few children, really those that were deprived in existence, early parenthood could supply the safety of a relatives lifestyles, a feeling of balance and a chance to construct emotional attachments.This publication attracts on authoritative learn into the explanations for and studies of being pregnant and parenthood between youth from neighborhood authority care. It questions the assumptions that early parenthood consistently limits younger people's offerings and possibilities and examines the kinds of aid probably to allow winning parenting.This publication can be crucial interpreting for group nurses, well-being viewers, social employees, lecturers and scholars operating within the fields of overall healthiness, schooling and social care.
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I needed someone to sit down and talk to me about life but I had to work it all out for myself. Amanda had left school at 16, before the end of the school year. But, even while there, she said she missed sex education and said that most of her information about sex came from friends ‘going on about it’. Yet their reports of sex were very different from her own experiences: Most of my friends, they slept with, like, most of the school…but I never slept with any of them…the first person I ever slept with was my current boyfriend, and then I had a baby with him.
The negative reaction from Rebecca’s partner was reinforced by his family, who felt strongly that Rebecca should not continue with the pregnancy: None of his family wanted us to keep her and then we split up when I was seven months pregnant. They thought that we were too young and that I would ruin his life. They said that it wasn’t his child and that I’d slept with someone else – they wanted him to have tests done. They sat in the local pub working out when we had sex and stuff like that. Despite the reactions of others, Rebecca did not even consider an alternative to having her baby since it was something that she really wanted.
Both of the young women who had children at age 14, had had three and four children respectively by the time the study was conducted. Likewise, young fathers interviewed in their early 20s had all become parents in their teenage years, and a number were the fathers of several children. Two had become parents at age 16 and had four and three children respectively. 1 Age of young women at interview and at first becoming parents 23 – 23 1 22 – 22 4 24 – 24 1 Total 16 Total 16 Total 47 Total 47 INTRODUCTION ½ 35 the young women and young men at the time of interview and at the time they became parents.