There is no easy way to do this. But seeing as there is no other option, you sit them down an start at the beginning. Tell them everything. How it happend, what emotions you are experiencing, and what options you are considering. Be mature about this. If you can't face them, then write a letter. Ask for their forgiveness, if they do forgive you immediatly or not is in their hands.
them being strictly religious and you being pregnant are pretty much inalterable.
They might notice several months into the pregnancy, or find out when one of the neighbours tells them, or guess that she was when she's rushed the maternity ward. These alternate "reveals" lack fitness. Really religious parents may avoid all of these options.Like most difficult discussions it can happen in several ways:
Be prepared to the them who the father is.
Also be prepared to tell them what your expectations are abortion, adoption and other options are.
Talk to your parents sweetheart, or maybe a school counselor.
No you should not, especially by your parents. It makes the teenager uncomfortable. It is highly immature.
To findout if you are pregnant
there is no way to tell your strict parent you must have tell your parent because at the end of the whole thing your parents will find out and it will be so sad and painfull
I think, that while no sane parent would want their teenager to fall pregnant, and that it would be a shock to them, and that they would feel mighty disappointed in them, that they should stand by the child and support them 110%.
Provided they, or their parents can afford the cost and it is used responsibly.
Short answer no, if your a teenager or still going to school and your boyfriend isn't a upstanding citizen your parents are justified in not liking him. Part of life your parents are in their annoying/disturbing way looking out for you. If your a well developed adult and your parents object to the relationship based on religious or cultural reasons then by all means move out. I did
giving the baby up for adoption would probably be best.
Jewish parents should be kind to their children, just as all other kinds of parents should be. Childhood is basically the same process, for people of any ethnicity. In terms of religious requirements, Jewish parents should feed their children kosher food and educate them about Judaism. Of course, it is possible to be Jewish in an ethnic sense without being religious, so even those religious requirements are optional.
If the child is under the age of 18, she should live where the parents say she should live. They can report her as a run away.
You should be over the age of majority in your community. Have you talked to your parents? They may know who and where your birth parents are. That could save you an immense amount of searching.
The parent who has the custodial and legal right to the child/teenager is responsible for the medical bills of the pregnant teenager. However, if the court ruled for one of the parents to provide medical care that person is responsible for the medical bills. In that case, the court ruled parent is primary payor and the other parent is the secondary payor. The teen should be made to be responsible by helping to pay for the care of herself and perhaps the boy who got her pregnant. If she chooses to give the baby up for adoption, the adopting parents may pay for her pregnancy care and delivery. There are also free clinics that can help out, places like Planned Parenthood or Crisis Pregnancies Counseling Centers. Beware, Planned Parenthood is pro-abortion. Abortion is not very safe for young teens and our country really needs babies that can be adopted. If the teenager choses to keep the baby the father should help with care and expenses of the child. Time for them to grow up!
A teenager should excercise 60 minutes a day
only if she is not going to be considered a runaway and of course if she is of age because stress can lead to a miscarraige.
No but this should not even be a question. Its your body do with it as you please.
Yes, it's about the benefit of the child, not the parents. The child's choice should factor in the equation.
You must first tell your doctor and then to your parents and/or with the social services (welfare officer). .....actually...you dont HAVE to tell anyone. SHOULD you tell your parents? YES, of course you should. Do you HAVE to? NO.
Why tell them you might be pregnant instead of taking the test first? Then you sit them down and tell them straight out that you are other pregnant. You can also tell your mom first when you are alone if that is easier. The father should also tell his parents.
You should tell them as soon as possible so the baby and mother can be the healthy as possible.
Not exactly , here parents from both the sides, that is the girls parents and also the boys parents should pay for the medical bills. It should not be left entirely on the girls parents as the boy was more responsible for this mess.
No, 17 years old is almost 18 and that would then make the teenager no longer a minor. It is best if the parents let their teenager know that they need their sleep and let the teenager decide what time they should go to bed. However, if the teen is out late at night then it is up to the parents to set ground rules that the teen be in at a certain time. Also, if the teen is sitting up all night on the computer; getting poor grades at school this gives the parents the right to decide when the teen needs to go to bed and get plenty of rest.
If the parents and student agree to a religious education, otherwise, no. (In my humble opinion)
Tell your parents you need to see a Psychiatrist because a guy can not get pregnant.
It would be very important if you did. They can always help you through this because they have had a child before. Of course it is your option, but you should be able to trust your parents with just about anything.
No i don't think they should. I think she is too young for him and even tho she is pregnant she should just stay at home with her parents