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paula h 1 child; New Mexico 1452 posts
Jul 12th '12
Quoting Ravey Candyass:" Strongest people? No. They get bashed because they make everything about their age. If they want to be treated the same, stop with the "woe is me, I'm a teen mom" bull shit"

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I don't go around saying im a teen mom i don't classify my self as a teen mom I'm just a mom and i have never had someone bash me for being one

♡ ⛄ ❅ ♡ ❅ ⛄ ♡ ~, FL, United States 74695 posts
Jul 12th '12

Just because a teen becomes a mom doesn't make them the "strongest women" for it.

Hannah&baby Due November 6 (girl); New Brunswick 62 posts
Jul 12th '12

I personally don't think you should have sex until your married, while saying that I understand that other people don't agree and that accidents happen (hopefully it was an accident and they were atleast trying to be safe) and I have nothing against the teens that actually decide to be parents or the ones that choose adoption (I don't agree with abortion) and I don't think that teens should be criticized for being parents unless they are actually harming the child, most teen moms are just as good of parents as "adults" are.



I'm married, 19 and 23 months pregnant, and because of that I get the bad rep of being a "teen mom" its just ridiculous! age doesn't say you will or wont be a good parent.

Altheda+3 35 kids; North Carolina 2316 posts
Jul 12th '12

Usually the girls who pull the whole "I'm a teen mom" card aren't very good parents. Not that they don't love their children, but they get into a tight spot and use the "But teen parenting is so hard. I'm a teen mom in school." blah blah blah. It's an excuse. If you're a good mom, you're a good mom. Period. Age doesn't matter.

Eleanor's Mommy♥ 1 child; Virginia 689 posts
Jul 12th '12

I've never been "bashed" on here about my age, ever. I agree with the other ladies its all on how you present yourself. Keep bring up the fact your a teen mom isn't going to help.

Rebecca(Adam'sMommy) 1 child; Beaufort, South Carolina 3251 posts
Jul 12th '12
Quoting Ravey Candyass:" Strongest people? No. They get bashed because they make everything about their age. If they want to be treated the same, stop with the "woe is me, I'm a teen mom" bull shit"

I agree.



Does anyone else get really annoyed from Secret Life, how Amy is always saying that she is a teen mom, and basically that everyone should feel sorry for her? That kind of attitude gets you bashed.

Vanilla MILFshake. 1 child; Wonderland, US, United States 5670 posts
Jul 12th '12

Maybe you should just present yourself as being a good mom instead of being a good mom at 16 years old. I've seen teen parents that were better with their kids than older parents and I've seen teen parents that flat out sucked. Age isn't always the biggest issue and the fact that someone is a teen parent doesn't always make them the strongest person in the world.

Danielle: Jack&Basil'sMom 2 kids; Burgaw, NC, United States 14541 posts
Jul 12th '12

Personally, I'm tired of teen moms. Especially ones that think they're sacrificing so goddamn much and should be recognized for it.



I had kids for ME, not for anyone else to point out how f**king great I am.



And one's "sacrifice" is one's own fault. You don't want to give up your childhood and shit? There's three options: Stop f**king, adoption, or abortion.



I don't think having a baby warrants automatic respect.

Ashley; Kenley's Mommy! 1 child; Wisconsin 15117 posts
Jul 12th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Hannah&baby:</b>" I personally don't think you should have sex until your married, while saying that I understand that ... [snip!] ... because of that I get the bad rep of being a "teen mom" its just ridiculous! age doesn't say you will or wont be a good parent."</blockquote>




Damn! 23 months pregnant? :)

♡ ⛄ ❅ ♡ ❅ ⛄ ♡ ~, FL, United States 74695 posts
Jul 12th '12
Quoting Hannah&baby:" I personally don't think you should have sex until your married, while saying that I understand that ... [snip!] ... because of that I get the bad rep of being a "teen mom" its just ridiculous! age doesn't say you will or wont be a good parent."



Twenty-three months pregnant. :shock:

deletedwqdcdacda London, United Kingdom 31662 posts
Jul 12th '12

STFU



Traci Powell 2 kids; South Carolina 2019 posts
Jul 12th '12

I was a teen mom and what do I think of teen mothers? Irresponsible "dumbasses. Yep I was one too. Think you're not missing anything? You are. Think you're having just as much fun as your friends? You're not. And forget dating if your bd leaves because he's still a kid because no other teenage boy is gonna raise you kid.



Its blunt but I was a teenage mother..pregnant in 11th grade and I assure you...it wasn't the best decision I ever made.



Go ahead ladies..bash it but its the honest truth.

Always The Angel 1 child; Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom 2264 posts
Jul 12th '12

not always, i was a young teen when i had my baby and i've never been bashed before nor here or real life, but then again i work full time and pay my own bills.

Vanilla MILFshake. 1 child; Wonderland, US, United States 5670 posts
Jul 12th '12
Quoting Hannah&baby:" I personally don't think you should have sex until your married, while saying that I understand that ... [snip!] ... because of that I get the bad rep of being a "teen mom" its just ridiculous! age doesn't say you will or wont be a good parent."


Holy f**king shit. 23 months?! That's gonna hurt! :shock:



I had DD when I was 19. I was already married before I got pregnant and I can not recall one time that someone talked shit about me being a teen mom. If they did I probably just didn't care enough to listen. :lol:

user banned Due September 18 (boy); 1 child; California 21617 posts
Jul 12th '12
Quoting Hannah&baby:" I personally don't think you should have sex until your married, while saying that I understand that ... [snip!] ... because of that I get the bad rep of being a "teen mom" its just ridiculous! age doesn't say you will or wont be a good parent."


I have more respect for teenagers who choose abortion and adoption than I do for the ones that decide to keep their kids.