Yeah... I read that post about young Moms. I graduated high school at 17, I was assistant manager at my job at age 19. I owned a car outright and had my job since I was 16. I also kicked my DD's gather out of my apartment and moved back in with my parents who watched my DD as I worked.
Well... I was not totally independent. But by the time my DD was three I had my own apartment again and she was in headstart.
She is a straight A student, paints, draws and has plans on becoming a cartoonist or mortician. Mortician... I have no idea where that one is from, but she has goals and I think society needs to let parents be parents.
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