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wat should u do if your a senior in high school that gets ur 17 year old girlfri

  1. profile image44
    conejo120posted 8 years ago

    wat should u do if your a senior in high school that gets ur 17 year old girlfriend pregnet and have

    do u have any tips for me, im a hard worker and can do many things, but havent been able to find work in 2 years. i need help

  2. dabeaner profile image56
    dabeanerposted 8 years ago

    Get her an abortion as soon as possible.  Don't let wacko christian brainwashing deter you -- or her.  Contact Planned Parenthood in your area.

  3. Fawntia profile image
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    Fawntiaposted 8 years ago

    Don't be afraid to ask the people in your life for help. Have you talked to your parents? What about her parents? It also matters how far along your girlfriend is. It may be too late for an abortion, even if you would be willing to consider that option. Remember that adoption is also a possibility, and sometimes the adopting parents are willing to help pay for living expenses and medical bills. I don't know the details, but there are probably government programs to help you guys out. If you go to church, see if your church might be able to help. Apply for food stamps if you need to. Obviously, keep looking for a job, but beyond that, see if you can find odd jobs to do for your neighbors. Maybe you can mow lawns or babysit or use other skills you have while you look for a more permanent job. Most likely, the army will give you a job, but I can understand why you might be reluctant to take that route.

    I am sorry about your situation. Good luck.

  4. Krystal Blue profile image55
    Krystal Blueposted 8 years ago

    Talk to your parents or her parents. Do not quit school, get a job, take care of your child.
    I don't believe in abortion just because the child was unexpected. You did the deed, now you must not only live with it but take responsibility. Can you and/or her get state help?
    You both should take parenting classes.
    Good luck, I hope you get a job soon. Congrats on the new baby.

  5. alphonsians93 profile image55
    alphonsians93posted 8 years ago

    Many teens tries to avoid their responsibility and decided to abort the baby and that is a very bad decision.  Abortion is a sin and 100 percent you will become a murderer of your own child, 2nd it is not safe and forever you will hunt by your conscience if ever you did it.  My advice to you is be a responsible being, do not be afraid that you are senior just let the baby born and you may discuss with your GF your plans in life.  It is very fun having a kid !

 
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