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What should you do if you live with your mom and her husband who is abusive and you are 16 and pregnant and can you move out to live with your boyfriend?

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2005-09-25 21:43:21
2005-09-25 21:43:21

I'm 16yrs.old and I was never pregnant but my mom had an abusive husband and I went and stayed with my boyfriend so if you feel like you can make it living with him you should try it if not forever but at least for a little bit. If you feel like staying there with your mom and her husband is stressing you out then leave because you could hurt your baby and no pregnant person should stress

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