• My sons girlfriend is pregnant?

    Best answer: This isn't just going to go away, and it's critical now that you contact his parents and talk this over. The most you can do is to tell them you will be there to support them and her, whatever she decides. It is important to realize that for now, he is on track to be the father of a child. The girl has... show more
    Best answer: This isn't just going to go away, and it's critical now that you contact his parents and talk this over. The most you can do is to tell them you will be there to support them and her, whatever she decides.

    It is important to realize that for now, he is on track to be the father of a child. The girl has the decision to make- not you, and not her parents, although her parents will most likely be involved in guiding her towards that decision. But no one can force her to terminate the pregnancy, and her parents may well be encourage her to keep it. Whatever she decides, that is what will determine whether or not you end up with a grandchild. It is out of your hands, and your son and you will need to face up to that reality.

    Unless and until there is a baby born, you and your son have no legal responsibilities, but once there is a child, he- and therefore you, since he is as yet a minor - will be assigned child support, if the child is not put up for adoption. Once he is 18, he would be responsible for child support, until the child is at least 18. This isn't negotiable, nor can you wish it away.

    As a parent of a kid who most certainly was of age, you should have been watching to make sure he already had condoms and knew what the risks were. Even then, things can happen, since teens are good at some things and not so proficient at others. But now you're into it. Time to catch up.
    https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/teens


    The best thing to do is to contact the other parents and let them know you know, and are there to be of help no matter what, and hope they do what is right for their child, rather than react badly and shut her out. She needs health care now- no matter what she decides to do.

    https://www.plannedparenthood.org/

    What will be most helpful now is for you to teach your son respect, let him know that the decision is now hers, since it is her body, and whatever she decides, that is his future. They are still good kids, and it's important that you not utter another word of how you don't want him to be a father. These posts and that kind of language sticks around, until children grow up, and find they were not wanted. No child deserves that. Tech him to stand by her now, and to follow through with whatever happens. They ARE together now, until they aren't. They may end up being co-parents and you may be attached to this other family forever, so start there. because children are children, no matter where they came from.
    17 answers · 4 days ago
  • What happens to the cheerleaders after high school?

    Best answer: They find out that being a cheerleader in regular life doesn't mean squat.
    Best answer: They find out that being a cheerleader in regular life doesn't mean squat.
    23 answers · 6 days ago
  • Am i beautiful?

    Am i beautiful?

    18 answers · 6 days ago
  • How to keep my son from being a meathead?

    Best answer: Leave him alone he is fine.
    Best answer: Leave him alone he is fine.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is this the case? I'm intrigued!?

    Why does a girl start menstruation at around 10-14 on average, though it is rather abnormal for young teens to get pregnant and raise a child at such a young age. If they are already getting their periods, they are ready for babies, so why is teen pregnancy frowned upon?
    Why does a girl start menstruation at around 10-14 on average, though it is rather abnormal for young teens to get pregnant and raise a child at such a young age. If they are already getting their periods, they are ready for babies, so why is teen pregnancy frowned upon?
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • My 10 year old is Scared about Sept 23rd!?

    Rumor about the end of the world! my child heard about it in School some kids where telling my child this and im Like stop scaring my child and now she is scared and is having hard time falling asleep at night! I Told her is not going to happen is just some stupid rumor people have about every year about the... show more
    Rumor about the end of the world! my child heard about it in School some kids where telling my child this and im Like stop scaring my child and now she is scared and is having hard time falling asleep at night! I Told her is not going to happen is just some stupid rumor people have about every year about the world! but with all is happening in the world today i wont be shocked with the hurricanes and quacks in mexico but not going to tell my child that but what should i tell my child i tell her is not going to happen but she still scared
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Need Clarification with Sexual Thoughts. Is all of this normal?

    I turned 18 couple weeks ago and I've been wondering is it wrong of me to think about girls ages 16 - 18 in a sexual way? I know they say that when your a teen your hormones spike but I don't know guys it's making me anxious and depressed thinking that I'm gonna be like this forever. Is all of this... show more
    I turned 18 couple weeks ago and I've been wondering is it wrong of me to think about girls ages 16 - 18 in a sexual way? I know they say that when your a teen your hormones spike but I don't know guys it's making me anxious and depressed thinking that I'm gonna be like this forever. Is all of this normal? I can't even be outside because I know I'll see a girl under my age and my thoughts will start up. Like I can recognize when a girl looks pretty but then my mind starts to sexualize them. I've gone through the same thing but with guys . Like there was a time When I thought I was straight up gay but those thoughts went away already, Now I'm dealing with this. I don't wanna end up as a pedo or some ****😢, Man what do you guys say?....Thanks
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it ok for a 13 year old to lose her virginity to a 20 year old?

    I have known this guy for ages. He s a really sweet guy. But the thing is I lost my virginity to him. Is it ok? Plz answer
    I have known this guy for ages. He s a really sweet guy. But the thing is I lost my virginity to him. Is it ok? Plz answer
    31 answers · 1 week ago
  • How can i purchase lubricant without my parents knowing?

    I am 14 and would like to purchase lube but i'm not sure how i can without my parents knowing. We live in a rural area so i cant walk to a shop and my mum works from home so she will always pick up the post before i do. ik that this might seem a strange question for someone my age, but i am seriously out of... show more
    I am 14 and would like to purchase lube but i'm not sure how i can without my parents knowing. We live in a rural area so i cant walk to a shop and my mum works from home so she will always pick up the post before i do. ik that this might seem a strange question for someone my age, but i am seriously out of ideas thanks so much
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • What does unprotected sex feel like?

    What does unprotected sex feel like?
    What does unprotected sex feel like?
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • What was your favourite age in your teens?

    Best answer: 17 and a junior in high school. Had the usual option to date my age and younger, but also the senior girls because many of their boyfriends had left for college. Far less pressure about college and/or growing up, like you get as a senior, yet more freedom an independence compared to younger years.
    Best answer: 17 and a junior in high school. Had the usual option to date my age and younger, but also the senior girls because many of their boyfriends had left for college. Far less pressure about college and/or growing up, like you get as a senior, yet more freedom an independence compared to younger years.
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Poll:why would he tell a lie to me that he is the only child..but the truth is he lied and he has three sister as well.. I am so confused 😕?

    Best answer: So - he is obviously a person who lies about many important things. Enjoy his company, especially when he spends lots of money on you, then ditch him when the fun stops - as it will, quite soon.
    Best answer: So - he is obviously a person who lies about many important things. Enjoy his company, especially when he spends lots of money on you, then ditch him when the fun stops - as it will, quite soon.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Teenage pregnancy views?

    Would you suggest abortion, adoption or parenting? (Not asking for me just a general curiosity on people's views) ☆ Sent from iOS Dr. Know! 1.0.03
    Would you suggest abortion, adoption or parenting? (Not asking for me just a general curiosity on people's views) ☆ Sent from iOS Dr. Know! 1.0.03
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • My 15 year old daughter asked to sleep in my bed with me and started crying when I tried to tell her no?

    I'm a man with a 15 year old daughter. Her mom died when she was 2, so it's been just us for basically her entire life. She's always lived with me. We have a good relationship. My daughter is a completely "normal" teenager, for lack of a better term. She's not overly attached to me or... show more
    I'm a man with a 15 year old daughter. Her mom died when she was 2, so it's been just us for basically her entire life. She's always lived with me. We have a good relationship. My daughter is a completely "normal" teenager, for lack of a better term. She's not overly attached to me or anything like that. The other night, though, she did something SO weird. Around 3:00 am, she came into my room, woke me up, and asked if she could sleep in my bed with me. I was very taken aback and confused because besides the other night, she hadn't slept in my bed or even considered it since she was 5 years old. I told her no to sleeping in my bed because that'd be weird, but she started begging and saying stuff like, "it's just this once, you have a whole king sized bed, you can put a pillow between us, etc.". I still said no and asked her to go back to her room. She wouldn't leave and continued begging, so I told her she could sleep on my floor if she really wanted to, but she wasn't content with that and kept trying to talk me into letting her sleep in the bed. Finally, she broke down in real tears, basically forcing me to feel really bad for her and give in. She's not a crier unless she's extremely upset, and she can't fake cry, so I know that she was genuinely upset for some reason. Since all of this happened, she's been acting kind of weird, but she hasn't asked to sleep in my bed again....maybe just because or maybe because I told her it was a one time thing.
    7 answers · 5 days ago