Psychology aside, is biological teen giving birth to baby bad for the mother and

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    peter565posted 23 months ago

    Psychology aside, is biological teen giving birth to baby bad for the mother and daughter?

    People usually reach maturity between 17~18, however some people left teen years later, my cousin's girl friend is 21 and still biologically a teen (she is literally still growing in height) . She didn't go to university instead did an apprenticeship to become a hair dresser, leaving school half way through high school, they have been together for 2 years and are talking about having a baby, but she is still biologically a teenager. If a girl with a teen body giving birth give birth could it lead to complication for mother and child?

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    tamarawilhiteposted 23 months ago

    It nearly guarantees poverty for mother and child, since a child born out of wedlock (and cohabitating parents are about as bad since 75% break up before the kid is a teenager) TRIPLES the odds the child will drop out of school, fail a grade, become mentally ill, be homeless, go to jail.
    She can mitigate these negative outcomes by giving the child to a married two parent family.
    And the mother is more likely to go to school, get married and improve her life if she gives the child up and gets back on track.

 
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