Would you let your teen's boy/girlfriend live with you if one of them was pregnant?
Your teenager and her lover are expecting. The other teenager's parent kicked him or her out and they no longer have a place to live.
I would not, under ANY circumstances, let the boyfriend/girlfriend of one of my children move into my home with me if I was still supporting my teenager. If that person got kicked out of their own home, that's a tough break for them but perhaps if they hadn't done what they did to get kicked out in the first place, they'd still have a roof over their head.
If they are over 18, they can live in a shelter if they don't have any other family members or friends to live with. If they are under 18, they can contact Social Services and either have their parents forced to take them back in or find a foster home to live in until they turn 18.
I wouldn´t want to see my teenager without a home, so, I would let them live with me! But I would prepare them for moving out and get a home of their own and try to make them live independently when possible. It is not good for anyone to live like that. They need to create their own life.
Yes.... I'm a teen myself, and well. Finding out your pregnant can cause a serious blow to your life, and having everyone around you judging every step that you take can make it even harder. So, as a mom, or dad you should support you child whether or not you like the fact that their even sexually active. It's a part of life, and the last thing they need is their parent judging them too. Give them a break, its not like there life is just peachy!
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