I really don’t know if age is overrated. Being a young mom can be a problem, being older than 40 and pregnant can also be a problem, being a single mother is another issue.
Maybe we got used to judge much too fast. Around us everything changes, our ideas, our habits, our plans, our body.
Any mother asks herself at a certain moment: “what I am doing with this whole parenting thing?” or “am I doing the right things?” For teenage mothers, it’s very likely to have these questions on their mind.
A baby’s growing inside. For most teenage mothers, this whole pregnancy thing came unexpectedly. But those who decide to keep their baby and try a different lifestyle will probably not regret it.
Studies are cited and the racial aspects and roles of the fathers are analyzed.
The sociologists of the University of Texas at Austin discovered that the best age for motherhood is 34-35 years.
At this point of her life, the woman achieves the perfect balance of her health and well-being but also financial stability.
Maybe this is why younger mothers face the financial problems, because usually, it’s not that simple to combine motherhood with a career.
But, as we all know, the problem is larger and more serious that it might seem. It’s a matter we all should think about, from time to time.