WHY It is tragic to see how much anguish and pain can be packed into that simple word.
Type the words parenting into one popular search engine on the Internet, and over 26 million references instantly appear. If you took only on minute to look up and read each one, your child would grow up and leave home before you could even finish.
Before the days of pediatricians, child psychologist, and the Internet, where did mothers go for advice? Generally, they looked up to there family.
Mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles were ready and able to offer guidance, financial aid, and babysitting services. But in many lands, a massive population shift from rural to city life has almost completely severed such close family ties. All to often today, adolescent mothers find themselves handling the challenges of parenting
Motherhood is complicated and marvelous adventure. Some adolescent mothers enjoy precious moments that they would not trade for the world. Yet while other adolescent mothers feel they are on the verge of a breakdown.
Some adolescent feel that their lives as a mother is a hurdle race.
A major hurdle that complicated motherhood for adolescent mothers is that many are trying to graduate from high school. Also, many adolescents take on the demand of school and work to help support the family financially. Adding to the hurdles, the job market may require the adolescent mother to put in long hours at work. Balancing work, school and home and being a teenager is not easy. Most adolescent mothers are exhausted and stress when they arrive home and the last thing the want to deal with is a crying baby.
One nay asks has does a teenage adolescent get herself into this type of predicament? Let us examine how .
Love- to starry- eyed romantics is it a mysterious visitation that seizes you, a once- in- a- lifetime feeling of sheer ecstasy. Love, they believe, is strictly an affair of the heart, something that cannot be understood, just experienced. Love conquers all and lasts forever????
So, go the romantic clich?. And no doubt about it, falling in love is a uniquely beautiful experiencing. But just what is real love? David is 18 years old he met Janet who is 15 years old for the first time at a party. He was immediately attracted to her shapely figure and the way her hair tumbled over her eye when she laughed. His deep brown eyes and his witty conversation enchanted Janet. It seemed like a case of mutual love at first sight!