Teenage Pregnancy And Teen Pregnancy

1664 Words Nov 4th, 2015 7 Pages
Maria Isabel Terrazas
English 4
Miss Stahlecker
4 November 2015
Teenage Pregnancy
According to cda.org, in 2013, a total of 273,105 babies were born to women that were in between the ages of 15-19 years old. Teenage pregnancy is a major concern in today’s society. This paper will talk about teenage pregnancy, statistics, ways to prevent teenage pregnancy, and after birth options. So why is teenage pregnancy so important? Some people are concerned about teens getting pregnant at such an early age. There are other people that do not pay much attention to it because it does not involve them. But what are people really saying about teenage pregnancy? According to guardianlv.com, it is time to approach teenage pregnancy differently. People believe that in your teenage years, that is when the body is the most youthful. A person’s teenage years are when the body is able to get back into shape a lot faster. The difference between today’s generations and older generations is that we do not carry on the same tradition of the grandparents claiming their grandchildren. Usually in older generations, the youth would be the ones to have the babies, and the older people would raise them and take care of them.
Today’s society does not support teens having babies. We find it as being morally wrong. People’s responsibilities are different. Having a baby at such an early age is not meant to be for teenagers. What can be done to help teenagers understand that there is always a…
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