should i let my 16 year old daughters boyfriend move in to her bedroom to live at my house
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Tiffany - posted on 11/07/2009
I DONT THINK THAT IS A WISE IDEA. WHEN I WAS 16 ALL I COULD THINK ABOUT WAS SEX AND HOW ALL MY FRIENDS WERE DOING IT. THEN I DECIDED TO JOIN THE CROWD AND BE LIKE EVERYONE ELSE. I MAY HAVE BEEN LUCKY ENOUGH NOT TO END UP PREGNANT BUT IM 20 NOW AND HAVE A BABY THAT I WASNT READY FOR. I WOULDNT CHANGE IT NOW BECAUSE I LOVE MY SON MORE THAN ANYTHING BUT I WAS NOT READY TO BE A MOM BEFORE IT HAPPENED. HIS DAD IS THE FIRST GUY I EVER MOVED IN WITH AFTER BEING WITH HIM ONLY A YEAR. IF YOU END UP DECIDING TO LET HIM STAY WITH HER A WISE CHOICE WOULD BE TO MAKE SURE SHE IS ON A GOOD BIRTH CONTROL (THE SHOT WOULD BE THE BEST ONE BECAUSE YOU CAN BRING HER GET IT AND KNOW SHE GETS IT DONE) AND ALSO HAS AND KNOWS HOW TO USE CONDOMS. IF SHE ENDS UP PREGNANT HER BOYFRIEND MAY NOT STICK AROUND AND HELP HER AND THEN SHE COULD END UP DEPRESSED AND CAN HAVE OTHER PROBLEMS AFRTERWARDS. THINK ABOUT YOUR DAUGHTERS FUTURE BEFORE MAKING THAT CHOICE. I HOPE I HELPED.
Jaclyn - posted on 11/07/2009
This question should not even need a response from anyone else!!!!
What has happened to our society today? I would never have even dreamed of asking that question of my parents when i was 16 (and it wasn't that long ago!!!!)
Remind your daughter that she is still a child and has plenty of time to make mistakes like this in her life. There's no need to start at 16!
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