dear me, letters to my pregnant self Vicki Smith

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Published: April 10th 2013

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dear me, letters to my pregnant self  by  Vicki Smith

dear me, letters to my pregnant self by Vicki Smith
April 10th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: | 7.64 Mb

The idea of becoming a young mum or dad can be scary. It is likely that as a pregnant teenager, and as a young mum or dad, you will experience challenging situations and face discrimination in one form or another. But life doesnt end when you becomeMoreThe idea of becoming a young mum or dad can be scary.

It is likely that as a pregnant teenager, and as a young mum or dad, you will experience challenging situations and face discrimination in one form or another. But life doesnt end when you become a young parent and neither do your hopes and dreams.Through this book we hope to provide inspiration to pregnant teenagers, young parents and their families, to offer hope and reassurance that there are still many opportunities out there.The gift of hindsight would be an incredible thing! This book has given people the chance to share some of the lessons they have learned with young people who are in a similar situation now.dear me, letters to my pregnant self contains 40 letters written by people who became parents under the age of 20, to themselves when they were expecting their babies.This is a powerful book!

It is a moving and honest account of the lives of real people who have experienced a whole range of challenges and it has caused many a tear to be shed. It is equally inspirational - there are some amazingly talented, driven and strong people out there who have made it through successfully from young parenthood.People have many views of young parents, some are positive and some not so positive. By reading this book we hope that you will see that there is no such thing as a typical teenage parent.

Each is an individual in their own right, each has gone through a journey to get to the point of parenthood and each will have to face a number of challenges and prejudices as they go on in their lives. We need to support them to achieve the best outcomes for themselves and their children, not to sit in judgement.Heres an extract from one of the letters:I know its hard to be positive about how things will turn out but, I promise, the second that baby is born you will fall head over heels in love and suddenly it really wont matter what anyone else thinks.People may think your life has ended before its even begun because youre pregnant.

You know though that its just taken a different course. Youll grow up faster and youll always have someone to consider in every choice that you make.So many people will judge you - we live in a society that seems to blame teenage mums for everything, from the state of the economy to underachieving at school - but these things are not your fault.....The sale of this book will fund continuing work with young parents and young parents-to-be.



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