How can I support my pregnant 14 year old?

My daughter is pregnant… She’s 14. I just needed advice on what other moms would do… I’m not happy about it but what can I do?

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My friend got pregnant at 15 …i got pregnant at 16 had him at 17…14 is very young but doesn’t mean she cant be q good parent in the end…id just support her and the baby as much as you can

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As a teen mom myself the best advice I can give is to support her emotionally. Don’t always bring up how wrong it is ect because I’m sure she knows. Just be there for her every step of the way.

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I’m assuming she’s keeping it? Get her to work on her GED right away

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Obviously the situation is not ideal. But just offer support and be there for her. It brings alot of stress and pain to be alone in that situation. You love her through everything

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thats so sad but it happens guess u need to get her to talk to some 1 about her options etc

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Just be there for her, support her, answer any questions she asks, just let her know u will be there for her regardless

Support whatever choice she makes and help her to get where she needs to be in life.

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Support her in all her options. Sit down and have an adult conversation and whatever her choose is make a game plan. What is she going to do about school and work etc

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Give her options and help her to choose wisely…

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Support her. Do try to convince her what you think is best. She will have to live with the decisions she’s about to make. Not you.

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Just show her support. Let her know you will be there for her. She does NOT have to get a GED, she can definitely go for a high-school diploma, with he proper guidance and support.

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Talk to her about her options, without any bias or anger. Just lay them out. Educate her. Let her decide.

Also, get her into counseling. Whatever she decides to do, she will need it.

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Let her know you are there. You may not be happy about it, and that’s ok, but make sure she knows you are still her mom and she can still come to you. Being pregnant and becoming someone’s mom does not change that you are your mother’s daughter.

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Explain options. Classes. Let her choose if keeps, but make understand she gets up with feedings, changes diuapers. Yes u cxan help but make her too. My friend good prey 14.5 mom did out all for her and shge had another one at 16, 17 (twinbs), 19 an never cared four them…she didn’t learn responsibilities… Now she 27 with 2 more kids. The dads have them an her mom plays mom to them

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what’s done is done, support her to make good Choices now and shove a rod in her arm 3 seconds after the baby is out

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Take her in for an abortion consultation, an adoption agency and then have her watch the videos of vaginal and cesarean births. Talk about all the results and lasting impression these choices can have on her, go with whatever path seems the best and get her on some birth control immediately after.

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Lots of love and support

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I got pregnant at 14 and had my son at 15! Be supportive! My mom was so understanding given the circumstances and helped me and was there for me! She was my biggest blessing and supporter! Be the mom you want her to be! Yes she is young but you supporting her is going to be the best thing for her!

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Help her educate on all her options …

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