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Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Sagamite(m): 11:52pm On Jun 07, 2012
durobraham: dayokanu&daviddylan
one question why the heck are u getting involved in the lives of children when u clearly know u re not going to be there for a while?

secondly just because the kids of those who were unfortunate to date u guys were crying&missing u makes u think they should have been aborted?
children are resilient&v short memories , if u guys would do the honourable things& get OUT of their lives u will be amazed how quickly they would forget all abt u.

u guys re so funny. U take one aspect of the life of a single woman& decide that it means those children should not have been born? Do u have any idea how infinite the light every little baby brings to the world? What makes you the judge of which children deserve to live& which dont?

Children's memory are not short enough to stop noticing they have no father.

This is real life, not Memento.
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by kwitsy(f): 11:52pm On Jun 07, 2012
I dnt think any sane person supports teenage pregnancy. Bt if it eventually happens, though the parents will be pissed off; d child should not be cast away like dat. My own stand is d guy responsibl should marry nd cater for her nd d child cos most times its even adults dat lures dis teenagers 2 bed.
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by coogar: 11:55pm On Jun 07, 2012
Sagamite:

I think there should be a law where if you have more than 6 kids and you are not able to take care of them for more than a 2 year period, the State should arrest you and force you into a labour camp to work your butts off till all the kids are 18. angry

Later, these fcked up Black men and their kids will blame the white man for their failures to make it in life.

he's not breaking any law according to the state where he resides....
they cannot stop him from making babies....exactly what americans need.
30 children of his genes and his brains who would then start harassing
people's daughters in the next 15 yrs.
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Fhemmmy: 11:55pm On Jun 07, 2012
kwitsy: I dnt think any sane person supports teenage pregnancy. Bt if it eventually happens, though the parents will be pissed off; d child should not be cast away like dat. My own stand is d guy responsibl should marry nd cater for her nd d child cos most times its even adults dat lures dis teenagers 2 bed.

You cant force anyone to marry your daughter all cos he got her preggy . . . Yes, they MUST make the boy responsible in some ways or form in taking care of that child, but not to marry the girl if that is not what he wants
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Fhemmmy: 11:57pm On Jun 07, 2012
davidylan:

My barber had 11 kids from 4 women at the age of 34. his idea of "raising" his kids was having a fridge stocked with food so they can eat. I shook my head in sorrow. I kept asking him how he remembered all their names, doctors appointments, schools...

I am sure that was what he grew up seeing his father does.
When we now drive our own kids to the doctors to take off the child . . .
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Nobody: 11:58pm On Jun 07, 2012
durobraham: dayokanu&daviddylan
one question why the heck are u getting involved in the lives of children when u clearly know u re not going to be there for a while?

secondly just because the kids of those who were unfortunate to date u guys were crying&missing u makes u think they should have been aborted?
children are resilient&v short memories , if u guys would do the honourable things& get OUT of their lives u will be amazed how quickly they would forget all abt u.

u guys re so funny. U take one aspect of the life of a single woman& decide that it means those children should not have been born? Do u have any idea how infinite the light every little baby brings to the world? What makes you the judge of which children deserve to live& which dont?

Yeah, i suppose it is that "quality" that ensures that 90% of homeless and runaway kids are from fatherless homes... that 63% of child suicides are from fatherless homes, that 80% of rapists are from fatherless homes, 71% of child school dropouts are from fatherless homes, that 85% of kids in jail are from fatherless homes and that they are 73 times more likely to be killed. What wonderful stats for these "resilient" kids. I would be proud.

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Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Fhemmmy: 11:59pm On Jun 07, 2012
coogar:

he's not breaking any law according to the state where he resides....
they cannot stop him from making babies....exactly what americans need.
30 children of his genes and his brains who would then start harassing
people's daughters in the next 15 yrs.


He might not be breaking any law, but for not paying child support, he could face the wrath . . .
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by durobraham(f): 12:00am On Jun 08, 2012
davidylan:

Her chances of doing all those things you mention are almost practically nil with a teenage pregnancy. Who will marry her with her little rugrat? When will she get time to go to school while she is raising the child? I can guarantee you she will have MANY nights hating her life as a single mom... FACT.

sweetie, i had a baby in school and graduated second best of my college class, yes better than all them chicks who didnt have babies.
m yet to have a night where i regret having my son& m not married cos i dont think i can trust any1 to raise my son like he should.

All i am saying is this, we all have different roads to take in this life, teenage pregnancy is not an ideal situation but the truth is abortion is not a remedy. God forbid u ever find urself in such a situtaion anyway,the right approach is to support whatever decision ur daughter makes as a parent, thats d only way her life will not be totally ruined...
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Nobody: 12:01am On Jun 08, 2012
durobraham: dayokanu&daviddylan
one question why the heck are u getting involved in the lives of children when u clearly know u re not going to be there for a while?

secondly just because the kids of those who were unfortunate to date u guys were crying&missing u makes u think they should have been aborted?
children are resilient&v short memories , if u guys would do the honourable things& get OUT of their lives u will be amazed how quickly they would forget all abt u.

u guys re so funny. U take one aspect of the life of a single woman& decide that it means those children should not have been born? Do u have any idea how infinite the light every little baby brings to the world? What makes you the judge of which children deserve to live& which dont?

Seeing the psychological torture those kids go through maybe? See... these kids dont forget so stop deluding yourself. they are able to notice the fact that they are different from other kids from a very young age. You need to hear some of the questions these kids ask sometimes... the pain that radiates from the innocent eyes wondering why they cant get normal birthdays like other kids... cant get mom and dad to live together under the same roof, have to shuttle between one uncle to grandpa to bf to babysitter... yeah the kids just forget and move on with life... you're right no?
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Fhemmmy: 12:01am On Jun 08, 2012
davidylan:

Yeah, i suppose it is that "quality" that ensures that 90% of homeless and runaway kids are from fatherless homes... that 63% of child suicides are from fatherless homes, that 80% of rapists are from fatherless homes, 71% of child school dropouts are from fatherless homes, that 85% of kids in jail are from fatherless homes and that they are 73 times more likely to be killed. What wonderful stats for these "resilient" kids. I would be proud.

inasmuch as i dont support a single motherhood, you will agree with me that some kids come from such home and have done so well.
Also, i am saying is that it is not the father's decision if the child should abort the preggy or not . . . . there are always options, so let us make sure we have weigh them all
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Nobody: 12:02am On Jun 08, 2012
coogar:

he's not breaking any law according to the state where he resides....
they cannot stop him from making babies....exactly what americans need.
30 children of his genes and his brains who would then start harassing
people's daughters in the next 15 yrs.


just let me catch those rugrats around my daughters. na cutlass go chase dem comot.
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Nobody: 12:02am On Jun 08, 2012
Fhemmmy:

inasmuch as i dont support a single motherhood, you will agree with me that some kids come from such home and have done so well.
Also, i am saying is that it is not the father's decision if the child should abort the preggy or not . . . . there are always options, so let us make sure we have weigh them all

Again the fallacy of making an assumption from one or 2 exceptional kids. the fact remains that the vast majority of kids from single-parent homes go on live a life of poverty.
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by dayokanu(m): 12:03am On Jun 08, 2012
durobraham: dayokanu&daviddylan
one question why the heck are u getting involved in the lives of children when u clearly know u re not going to be there for a while?

secondly just because the kids of those who were unfortunate to date u guys were crying&missing u makes u think they should have been aborted?
children are resilient&v short memories , if u guys would do the honourable things& get OUT of their lives u will be amazed how quickly they would forget all abt u.

u guys re so funny. U take one aspect of the life of a single woman& decide that it means those children should not have been born? Do u have any idea how infinite the light every little baby brings to the world? What makes you the judge of which children deserve to live& which dont?

What are the positives in teenage pregnancy? What a the positive aspect of a baby mommas life?

A life you cant even encourage your daughter to follow. Would you pray for your own daughter to be a single mother aka baby momma?
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by maxman10(m): 12:04am On Jun 08, 2012
durobraham: dayokanu&daviddylan
one question why the heck are u getting involved in the lives of children when u clearly know u re not going to be there for a while?

secondly just because the kids of those who were unfortunate to date u guys were crying&missing u makes u think they should have been aborted?
children are resilient&v short memories , if u guys would do the honourable things& get OUT of their lives u will be amazed how quickly they would forget all abt u.

u guys re so funny. U take one aspect of the life of a single woman& decide that it means those children should not have been born? Do u have any idea how infinite the light every little baby brings to the world? What makes you the judge of which children deserve to live& which dont?

Getting involved how? By getting their mothers pregnant you mean. Please don't deviate from the original topic, for it can become complex. If a man scampers or not is not entirely his fault, it's the womans' as well.
And about babies forgetting about their fathers, is not entirely correct if not false in it's whole. What of the future? Or do you think of only when they are toddlers? They'll grow up, they'll later get to ask questions, and they'll learn, and ultimately; they'll get to know, and whether you're there or not, dead or alive, he wouldn't be so happy about it. It starves the human soul. It's not in our nature, for a part of him, still will ask questions that partly blame you (i.e. you as a mother, not you 'durobraham') smiley
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by dayokanu(m): 12:05am On Jun 08, 2012
Fhemmmy:

inasmuch as i dont support a single motherhood, you will agree with me that some kids come from such home and have done so well.

You know there are some serial killers too who became pastors so we can allow serial killers to roam free hoping they would become reformed
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Fhemmmy: 12:05am On Jun 08, 2012
davidylan:

just let me catch those rugrats around my daughters. na cutlass go chase dem comot.

Lol . . . I think the easiest way to all this if for a father to show love to the daughter, a daughter will always want the love of a man, so if a father let the daughter know he is there at all times, the daughter will be happy and MIGHT be able to prevent such Teen preggy . . . But if you depend on the cutlass, you would only be able to kill ONE man before you are in jail and while you are behind bars, more men will make her preggy and make more babies via her . . . so show her love and she will always love and listen to you to do the right thing
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Nobody: 12:05am On Jun 08, 2012
durobraham:

sweetie, i had a baby in school and graduated second best of my college class, yes better than all them chicks who didnt have babies.
m yet to have a night where i regret having my son& m not married cos i dont think i can trust any1 to raise my son like he should.

You are not married today because very few decent men will touch you with a 10 ft pole. Who wants to raise another man's rugrat? Why should you trust them to raise your son like a father should? where is your sons father?

durobraham:
All i am saying is this, we all have different roads to take in this life, teenage pregnancy is not an ideal situation but the truth is abortion is not a remedy. God forbid u ever find urself in such a situtaion anyway,the right approach is to support whatever decision ur daughter makes as a parent, thats d only way her life will not be totally ruined...

Nonsense. So i shld support her if she decides to go ahead to get pregnant for another Sule abi?

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Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Fhemmmy: 12:06am On Jun 08, 2012
dayokanu:

You know there are some serial killers too who became pastors so we can allow serial killers to roam free hoping they would become reformed

In every 12, there is a Judas . . . it is now up to you and i to discover them and shield our kids away from them.
We can only do what we could do, remember what they say about taking a horse to the river . . .
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Fhemmmy: 12:08am On Jun 08, 2012
davidylan:

You are not married today because very few decent men will touch you with a 10 ft pole. Who wants to raise another man's rugrat? Why should you trust them to raise your son like a father should? where is your sons father?



Nonsense. So i shld support her if she decides to go ahead to get pregnant for another Sule abi?

Well, i blv we should be part of the decision, but not to advice her to get rid of the child
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Sagamite(m): 12:09am On Jun 08, 2012
durobraham:

sweetie, i had a baby in school and graduated second best of my college class, yes better than all them chicks who didnt have babies.
m yet to have a night where i regret having my son& m not married cos i dont think i can trust any1 to raise my son like he should.


All i am saying is this, we all have different roads to take in this life, teenage pregnancy is not an ideal situation but the truth is abortion is not a remedy. God forbid u ever find urself in such a situtaion anyway,the right approach is to support whatever decision ur daughter makes as a parent, thats d only way her life will not be totally ruined...

So if you had a fresh template, you would rather choose your current path (unmarried single mother) or prefer to have a path where you finished school without being mother and then getting married and having a father jointly help you raise your child?

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Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by dayokanu(m): 12:10am On Jun 08, 2012
What reasonable decision can a teenager make? Many teenagers wanted to be rastafarians and sing raggae, some want to be pornstars so the parent should support whatever decision a teenage child makes?

So why do they have parents if decision making is left to them?
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by durobraham(f): 12:12am On Jun 08, 2012
davidylan:

Her chances of doing all those things you mention are almost practically nil with a teenage pregnancy. Who will marry her with her little rugrat? When will she get time to go to school while she is raising the child? I can guarantee you she will have MANY nights hating her life as a single mom... FACT.

sweetie, i had a baby in school and graduated second best of my college class, yes better than all them chicks who didnt have babies and i am not the only one, i know a number of women who r doing good things with their lives who have children. I also know ladies doing nothing who dont have kids. Quit the hasty generalization mister! .

Truth is if u raise a child who makes a baby@ 15, forcing her to have an abortion wont automatically transform her into a model citizen...so ur campaigns for forced abortions are laughable&ridiculous
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Ivynwa(f): 12:14am On Jun 08, 2012
davidylan:

What is drastic is letting her have the child which will be a constant source of sorrow to her. Have you seen the guilt that eats at the mothers who realize their child will forever pay the consequences for their own folly? Me i will drive my daughter to the clinic and sit there until i see a scan showing her belly has no baby there again. No foolish man should be tied to my daughter for life just by virtue of donating some sperm.

The bolded is actually a state of mind, a notion which differs in different societies.
The negation of it in that sentence is because our society look down on a child born out of wedlock. Whoever invented the word "bastard" should be rebuked, who are we humans to certify one another as bastards and genuine? Many great persons were born out of wedlock and went ahead to make a good life for themselves while the genuine others are being cynical towards them by the side. Branding human beings such names is an erosion of their dignity. I am sure that many persons that were branded that had pains inflicted on their heart and their self confidence mashed on. Some of us in this forum, typing here and reading these may have even been born under such circumstances. Who are we to write them off as below-humans?

Marriage is partly a control measure and should never be used as a yardstick of acceptance, rejection and condemnation of humans. As long as children born out of wedlock in our society are considered less humans and girls(whatever happened to the boys involved?) that got impregnated while unmarried are satan's daughters, the young ones will continue to throw away the children they made in such circumstances. Many of them may succumb to injuries while aborting, many may even die from it. Are we making life better that way?
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Fhemmmy: 12:15am On Jun 08, 2012
davidylan:

You are not married today because very few decent men will touch you with a 10 ft pole. Who wants to raise another man's rugrat? Why should you trust them to raise your son like a father should? where is your sons father?



Nonsense. So i shld support her if she decides to go ahead to get pregnant for another Sule abi?

Another man's poison is another man's treasure.

Just cos the child's father is not responsible does not mean that the product of that useless father will be as useless . . . so there are good in some bad
Not every great man could have kids of their own and nothing wrong if they are able to raise the kids of a great woman . . . .

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Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by coogar: 12:15am On Jun 08, 2012
durobraham:

sweetie, i had a baby in school and graduated second best of my college class, yes better than all them chicks who didnt have babies.
m yet to have a night where i regret having my son& m not married cos i dont think i can trust any1 to raise my son like he should.

All i am saying is this, we all have different roads to take in this life, teenage pregnancy is not an ideal situation but the truth is abortion is not a remedy. God forbid u ever find urself in such a situtaion anyway,the right approach is to support whatever decision ur daughter makes as a parent, thats d only way her life will not be totally ruined...

your baby has halved your chances of getting married... that's an irrefutable fact!
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Fhemmmy: 12:17am On Jun 08, 2012
Ivynwa:

The bolded is actually a state of mind, a notion which differs in different societies.
The negation of it in that sentence is because our society look down on a child born out of wedlock. Whoever invented the word "bastard" should be rebuked, who are we humans to certify one another as bastards and genuine? Many great persons were born out of wedlock and went ahead to make a good life for themselves while the genuine others are being cynical towards them by the side. Branding human beings such names is an erosion of their dignity, I am sure that many persons that were branded that had pains inflicted on their heart and their self confidence mashed on.Some of us in this forum, typing here and reading these may have even came into this world under such circumstances. Who are we to write them off as below humans?

Marriage is partly a control measure and should never be used as a yardstick of acceptance, rejection and condemnation of humans. As long as children born out of wedlock in our society are considered less humans and girls(whatever happened to the boys involved?) that got impregnated while unmarried are satan's daughters, the young ones will continue to throw away the children they made in such circumstances. Many of them may succumb to injuries while aborting, many may even die from it. Are we making life better that way?

Beautiful . . . In Nigeria, i pity those mothers that are single and yet not a fault of their own
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by maxman10(m): 12:18am On Jun 08, 2012
durobraham:

sweetie, i had a baby in school and graduated second best of my college class, yes better than all them chicks who didnt have babies.
m yet to have a night where i regret having my son& m not married cos i dont think i can trust any1 to raise my son like he should.

All i am saying is this, we all have different roads to take in this life, teenage pregnancy is not an ideal situation but the truth is abortion is not a remedy. God forbid u ever find urself in such a situtaion anyway,the right approach is to support whatever decision ur daughter makes as a parent, thats d only way her life will not be totally ruined...

OH! PLEASEEE! let's not post things like this that's devoid of reasoning, or proper reasoning, because even you in yourself know that there's nothing lovely or desirable in that path you towed. That you are a single mom now dear is hell. It's bullocks. PARDON me, that child is not happy. He's in the world, and true true, he's in the society, if he's still tender you might not notice it, but let him grow up.

TEENAGE pregnancy is no "CHOICE FOOD" period. It's condemnable. It condemns lives and lifetimes.

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Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by dayokanu(m): 12:18am On Jun 08, 2012
durobraham:

sweetie, i had a baby in school and graduated second best of my college class, yes better than all them chicks who didnt have babies and i am not the only one, i know a number of women who r doing good things with their lives who have children. I also know ladies doing nothing who dont have kids. Quit the hasty generalization mister! .

Truth is if u raise a child who makes a baby@ 15, forcing her to have an abortion wont automatically transform her into a model citizen...so ur campaigns for forced abortions are laughable&ridiculous

Would you encourage your daughter to have a child outside of wedlock or as a teenager? Its a simple question
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by durobraham(f): 12:20am On Jun 08, 2012
Sagamite:

So if you had a fresh template, you would rather choose your current path (unmarried single mother) or prefer to have a path where you finished school without being mother and then getting married and having a father jointly help you raise your child?

For my sons sake,because he like every child deserves the best, i would definitely have chosen not to have sex when i did but i would never have chosen to have an abortion. My sons father is very active in his life btw.
however, my family had a couple of health scares in d last 2yrs& my sons joy&laughter really helped my mom go through all she went through. Also, my preg&birthing really helped me become a much better woman in every way... so i might for my own sake do it all over again.
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Nobody: 12:20am On Jun 08, 2012
Ivynwa:

The bolded is actually a state of mind, a notion which differs in different societies.
The negation of it in that sentence is because our society look down on a child born out of wedlock. Whoever invented the word "bastard" should be rebuked, who are we humans to certify one another as bastards and genuine? Many great persons were born out of wedlock and went ahead to make a good life for themselves while the genuine others are being cynical towards them by the side. Branding human beings such names is an erosion of their dignity. I am sure that many persons that were branded that had pains inflicted on their heart and their self confidence mashed on. Some of us in this forum, typing here and reading these may have even been born under such circumstances. Who are we to write them off as below humans?

Marriage is partly a control measure and should never be used as a yardstick of acceptance, rejection and condemnation of humans. As long as children born out of wedlock in our society are considered less humans and girls(whatever happened to the boys involved?) that got impregnated while unmarried are satan's daughters, the young ones will continue to throw away the children they made in such circumstances. Many of them may succumb to injuries while aborting, many may even die from it. Are we making life better that way?

The family section is filled with a lot of empty philosophies. Wake up and welcome to reality my dear. Marriage is NOT a control measure but is a sacred commitment that two people make to raise their kids in a wholesome environment... that some have desecrated it does not suddenly make single parenting acceptable.

Bastard = child with no father. Period! grin Bastards do exist i'm sorry.

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Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by Fhemmmy: 12:21am On Jun 08, 2012
maxman10:

OH! PLEASEEE! let's not post things like this that's devoid of reasoning, or proper reasoning, because even you in yourself know that there's nothing lovely or desirable in that path you towed. That you are a single mom now dear is hell. It's bullocks. PARDON me, that child is not happy. He's in the world, and true true, he's in the society, if he's still tender you might not notice it, but let him grow up.

TEENAGE pregnancy is no "CHOICE FOOD" period. It's condemnable. It condemns lives and lifetimes.

I dont think anyone is pro teen preggy, we are only saying if it happened, dont be the one to drive the child to the doctor's office for abortion
Re: Our Attitude Towards Teenage Pregnancy by coogar: 12:22am On Jun 08, 2012
Ivynwa:

The bolded is actually a state of mind, a notion which differs in different societies.
The negation of it in that sentence is because our society look down on a child born out of wedlock. Whoever invented the word "bastard" should be rebuked, who are we humans to certify one another as bastards and genuine? Many great persons were born out of wedlock and went ahead to make a good life for themselves while the genuine others are being cynical towards them by the side.
Branding human beings such names is an erosion of their dignity. I am sure that many persons that were branded that had pains inflicted on their heart and their self confidence mashed on. Some of us in this forum, typing here and reading these may have even been born under such circumstances. Who are we to write them off as below humans?

Marriage is partly a control measure and should never be used as a yardstick of acceptance, rejection and condemnation of humans. As long as children born out of wedlock in our society are considered less humans and girls(whatever happened to the boys involved?) that got impregnated while unmarried are satan's daughters, the young ones will continue to throw away the children they made in such circumstances. Many of them may succumb to injuries while aborting, many may even die from it. Are we making life better that way?

the word was there before people started shagging away without fear or fervour.
a bastard is an illegitimate child of unmarried parents. the word is sexy. cool

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