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Each year, approximately 750,000 teenage girls become pregnant in the United States. This is roughly one third of the age group’s population– a startling fact. Worse, more than two thirds of teens who become mothers will not graduate high school. Many young teen girls that are suffering with low self worth or feelings of not being loved believe that having a baby will give them a purpose in life. Unfortunately, they are not looking at the whole picture and the reality of raising a child.

Teens 1These girls are not emotionally prepared to make such a major decision in their young life, yet many are in this situation. As parents, we need to keep the lines of communication open and, as hard as that is, it is necessary.

If you are parent who recently discovered that your teenage daughter is pregnant or may be pregnant, we understand your fear and pain. This is a difficult and very serious time in both your and your daughter’s life.

No matter what happens, you and your daughter must work together to make the best choice for her and her unborn child. Your support and guidance is imperative as a parent. You can and will make it through this as a family.

P.U.R.E.™ invites you to fill out a free consultation form for more information on finding the appropriate help for your teen.

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