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If you're experiencing an unplanned pregnancy as a teenager, it's important to remember that you are now in an adult situation, and you will be required to make some adult decisions over the next few weeks and months. You'll have to determine which option is the best for you and your situation and how you're going to progress with your decision. But before you can do any of that, you must first talk to you parents.
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If you are nervous or unsure about informing your parents, there are several ways you can prepare yourself for the difficult discussion. One of the best ways is to write notes or key points you'd like to discuss. This can help keep the discussion on track and help you think clearly. Use it as a guide. Also, remaining calm can help a discussion stay constructive. Once tempers or hurt feelings come into play, the discussion will lose its effectiveness.
Informing your parents of your unplanned pregnancy may be one of the hardest steps in the process. You may feel vulnerable or ashamed, but you must deal with the reality of your situation. Telling your parents about your pregnancy shows respect. Sit down as a family and talk about your situation. Let each parent have his/her own time to address you. In turn, they should respect you enough to allow you to talk also.
While you talk with your parents, it is a good idea to discuss your options. And remember, you do have options. Listen to the opinions of your parents and share your own with them. You don't have to agree with what they say, but give them the opportunity to speak their minds. Take what they say into consideration, but it has to ultimately be your decision. Depending on your exact situation, the father of the child should also be involved in the discussion and decision-making process, even if you're not currently a couple.
Before you come to an end decision, it's crucial that you fully explore your options. Take the time to research the pros and cons of each decision, and how that will affect your life and your current lifestyle. Remember that the decision you make is one with which you'll have to live for the rest of your life. Make sure you're comfortable with it and secure in your decision.
Your parents may be angry, worried, or disappointed, but remember that they love you. They want the best for you and they want you to succeed in life. They realize that a teenage unplanned pregnancy can limit some options in your future and they're worried. Including them in your plans can help you and them in maintaining or rebuilding your relationship.
As a teenager, an unplanned pregnancy can be a scary and overwhelming experience. However, if you take it one step at a time, it will become more manageable. And the first step is to tell your parents. Together with your parents, list the rest of the steps and begin your journey into adulthood.