I commend you for asking this question. The fact that you�re actually putting some thought into this as opposed to just saying "I want a baby, so I�ll have one, rather I�m ready or not" shows that you have a great deal of maturity.
I think your feelings are relatively normal--for many women, at least. At 18, I certainly longed to have a child. But I put it off for several more years, because I knew that every child deserves the best chance at life they can have. That meant before I brought a child into the world I needed to be ready for the responsibility and be financially able to give that child everything it needed, as well as all those extras that I wanted it to have. I couldn�t have done that 18.
You sound like a very smart young lady, so make smart decisions. Realize that this is normal, but not something you should act on until you�re really ready. This is the time when you should be experiencing new things and discovering who you are. This is the time to focus on you and on building your future. You have lots of time to have babies, and I'm sure when you do that you'll make a wonderful mother.
They are all going through a stage in life that changes the way they think and feel.
No, but it is normal to experiment with the same gender.
yes, it is very usual for young teenagers to go through this stage
Your normal, i dont know anyone whose gone through the BO stage at 11 and has a deep voice.
Of course, if you're going through that stage in your life.
many people get spots at times when they're teenagers. it is just a sign of puberty. everyone goes through it at one stage in their life.
teenagers are hard to understand because their going through a stage in there life were they think moms and dads are imbarrasing, and when parents try to talk to their kids it makes it worse, just wait until there in there later teen years to talk to them.
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Teenagers are young adults. They HATE being called children, because they think they are out of that stage. There is the stage of: Child: Ages 1-9 Preteen: 10-12 Teenager (or young adult): 13-17 Adult: 18-59 Elder: 60-100
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