am a 19 year motherless girl can any one teach every thing a girl must know

Tejaswi - posted on 11/28/2012 ( 16 moms have responded )

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am a 19 year motherless girl child i dont know any thing that a girl must know can any mom teach me pls

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~♥Little Miss - posted on 11/29/2012

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I am sniffing a troll. Nice name, and a 19 year old WOMEN would not be asking this question, but I would buy a 13 year old girl. Cannot help but think this is a pervert trying to manipulate women (mothers) to talk semi dirty to him.

Ruth - posted on 11/29/2012

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Do you have a friend whose Mom can teach you these things? Is there any possibility that you can go to a free clinic and get some pamphlets that you can read or see your doctor and tell him or her the information you need. I know how you feel. When I was 17 I thought babies were born through your belly button. I had a Mom. She never told us anything about anything.. She assumed that since our sister in law was always pregnant that we knew. Duh. There are Planned parenthood clinics where you can go for checkups and to get any information that you need.. inexpensive or in some cases free of charge. Good luck.

Crystal - posted on 11/29/2012

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Without knowing specifics, it's difficult to give much advice. I would suggest, however, that you find some kind of support group or circle of other moms, such as MOPS. You can learn a lot and decrease your own stress level by being around other moms. I would also suggest you find a church where you feel comfortable; I have received invaluable advice and support from members of my church, whether moms my own age or even grandma's who have "been there, done that." It will also give you a solid foundation in this world, where not much of anything seems certain. Developing my faith life has made all the difference for me and positively affected every area of my life. Hope this helps, God bless...

America3437 - posted on 11/29/2012

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Guys suck and make up is over rated! Have mom still but learned these on my own.

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Victoria - posted on 11/30/2012

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I sniff a middle age troll, if not contact the YWCA, they offer parenting classes and so does department of health and human services, and local churches.

Susan - posted on 11/29/2012

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Try community groups, church groups, friends, colleagues, self-help books, college courses, the Bible -- you don't have to have a mother figure to learn anything.

Ruth - posted on 11/29/2012

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Do you have a friend whose Mom can teach you these things? Is there any possibility that you can go to a free clinic and get some pamphlets that you can read or see your doctor and tell him or her the information you need. I know how you feel. When I was 17 I thought babies were born through your belly button. I had a Mom. She never told us anything about anything.. She assumed that since our sister in law was always pregnant that we knew. Duh. There are Planned parenthood clinics where you can go for checkups and to get any information that you need.. inexpensive or in some cases free of charge. Good luck.

Sarah - posted on 11/29/2012

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There are probably parenting classes available in your area. I would suggest you ask your child's pediatrician and/or call you local health ddepartment and ask for resources. I am a Parent Educator in WV and I know we have programs nationwide.

ParkswayVoodoo - posted on 11/28/2012

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i lost my mom at 3 from cancer. i have a 3 and a half year old and a 1 month old baby. im 19 too. whats wrong?

Nicole - posted on 11/28/2012

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Like what do u need/want to know? Although I still have my mom(thank god) I had to learn alot of things on my own(like make-up,fashion etc) but she has always taught me how to raise my kids but of course I went off my own instinct and my kids r perfectly fine..but don't get me wrong I do use some of her techniques but with a twist on my own but I totally get what u saying/going thru..every girl/woman needs her mommy..hopes this help

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