last night I over heard my daughter's conversation to one of her friends on the phone about her might being pregnant. My daughter is only 15 and she goes to an all girls school I didnt even know she was into sex or having sex, me and my husband keep a close eye on our kids, when did she even have time to be alone with a boy? When I heard say the words" I might be pregnant" my heart dropped and I wanted to rush right in her room but I just couldnt what was I going to say what was I going to do? Should I wait and let her come to me and talk to me about it or should I just confront her about it? I haavent told my husband yet b/c he will freak and theres no telling what he will do. Maybe thats why she hasnt come to us b/c we both are strick but what are parents supose to do.. Is this our fault b/c we kept them so closed in? There are so many questions and not enough answers/ Ladies please help...Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 8:57 PM on Jan. 17, 2009 in Teens (13-17)
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Answer by micrespo at 9:53 PM on Jan. 17, 2009
Oh gosh momma, I'm so sorry you're going through this. My dd is 14 and I know I'd be freaking out right now if I were in your situation. But you should talk to her. She may get mad because you overheard her "private" conversation, but this is something that can't wait. Besides, she needs you regardless of what is going on and you need to know the truth rather than worry yourself to death without knowing all the details. The sooner you talk to her the sooner you can clear things up and go to the next step whatever that may be. And it's no one's fault. We all do what we think is best for our kids, but in the end it is up to them to make the right decisions. They are going to make mistakes and they are going to go through tough times no matter what we do. Just be there for her, and make sure you find out what is really going on.
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