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Teen Parents

Author GreatDad Writers
Submitted 05-11-2007

If you are a teenage parent, you may need help from your family to
care for your baby.

  • Communicate with your parents. Let them know how you feel about
    being a new mother. Try to talk with them about your feelings. Do this
    in a calm way.
  • Listen to your parents. Try to understand their feelings. Show them by
    your actions that you are a responsible person.
  • When your parents help you, show them that you are grateful. Your
    baby needs the support of her whole family.
  • If you need someone else to talk to, you might ask the counselor at
    your school.

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