Help for single pregnant women


HELP FOR SINGLE PREGNANT WOMEN

Pregnancy is a joy and a blessing and should be treated as such in
our society. Unfortunately for a number of people the concept of being
pregnant, giving birth and bringing up a joy can be quite over
whelming. This is especially true amongst young couples and single
parents.  The main factor for this is lack of financial and moral help.
This article is especially written for the single moms out there to
promote help and understanding that pregnancy itself is not a scary
difficult event and for those women who choose to have a baby without
the presence of a spouse or a partner . There are a lot of options and
help available for the single pregnant women now than there were a few
years back.
First of all there are numerous support groups available in
the society today whose main purpose is Empowering single, pregnant
women with hope and help so that no woman will feel compelled to have
an abortion due to lack of support.
People can get the moral support from Church, social welfare
societies and psychological therapists, etc. In 1997, single mothers
delivered 32 percent of the 3.9 million live births in the United
States. Life for the single mom can be hectic but with the right
support, understanding and help from parents, friends and siblings,
there is no reason why the relationship shouldn’t work. There are a
lot of government programs available which provide help to the mother,
free antenatal and postnatal care. Emergency and Medical institutions
are well equipped and trained to handle any kind of emergency
regarding pregnancy. Medication and midwife care during pregnancy and
delivery is convenient and easy. Financial Aid in the form of loans is
available for the mother. For working moms, there are adequate day
care centers in most workplaces.
The advent of support groups where single pregnant mothers from
different walks of life can get together and share their experiences
has helped a lot of women across the country. It has helped the female
sex feel more comfortable with its feminism. By getting together, and
discussing their problems, many single mothers-to-be have started
feeling less lost. By drawing inspiration and education from the
experiences of others, women are able to prepare themselves more ably
for the future task that lays in front of them, the upbringing of a
child into this world and all the worries associated with it.

The risk of having depression is high in single pregnant women so the
support of fellow co-workers, friends and family is especially
important. Professional attention should be sought at once if
depression exceeds mere ill thoughts and progress to thoughts or
actions that can be harmful for the mother and baby Self Help books
and excessive reading material is available in the form of books,
online and magazines……Remember, awareness is the key success under any
circumstances and it is the moral obligation of the society to provide
moral and physical support to the single pregnant mother in every way
possible.

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5 Responses to “Help for single pregnant women”

  1. Skye Says:

    Im a single mother of a six year old and one on the way…. right now im trying to get my frist child back in my care…. I have been working really hard on what i need to get done… but with having a verey low income it is hard for me…. in order to get my child back i need a car,house ……. and that would help me out a lot thank you so much

  2. MICHELLE HARRIS Says:

    I HAVE NEVER DONE ANYTHING LIKE THIS BEFORE. IM AM A SINGAL MOTHER OF A FIVE YEAR OLD LITTLE GIRL AND I JUST FOUND OUT IM AM PREGNT. AND TO MAKE MATTERS WORSE I LOST MY JOB AND I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR ANOTHER ONE WITH NO LUCK. MY DUAGHTER FATHER DOES NOT HELP AND I DO NOT RECIEVE ANY CHILD SUPPORT. IVE BEEN LIVEING OFF OF UNEMPLOYMENT. AND I DONT HAVE ANY FAMILY HERE THAT HELPS ME. I HAVE MY OWN PLACE BUT NOT FOR MUCH LONGER BECASUE MY UNEMLOYMENT IS GOING TO RUN OUT VERY SOON. IM NOT LOOKING FOR ANY HAND OUTS BUT THERES ANY PROGRAMS OR FUNDING THAT I HAVENT ALREADY TRYED PLEASE LET ME KNOW. I LIVE IN YUMA,AZ IVE BEEN TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ECOMIC SECERTY AND WACOG AND EVEN RESCARCHED SOME OPITIONS ON GETING ASSITSTANCE FOR WEMON AT AMBERLY PLACE AND IVE TRYING TO TO BACK TO SCHOOL FOR COLLEGE. I WALK EVERYDAY LOOKING FOR WORK WITH MY DAUGHTEROR WHILE SHE AT SCHOOL BECASUE I HAVE NO CAR AND THE BUS SYSTEM CLOSE MY ROUTE. SO IF THERES ANYONE THAT CAN HLEP ME FIND SOME TYPE OF ASSISTANCE I WILL BE SO GRATEFUL. IVE BEEN SELF EFFISHENT GONG ON SIX YEARS NOW AND THIS IS THE HARDEST TIME OF MY LIFE THAT IM EXPERNING. IM VERY SCARED THAT EVERYTHING I WORKED SO HAD FOR WILL BE GONE WITHIN A MATTER OF WEEKS. ALL I NEED IS A JOB ILL WORK UNTIL THE DAY IM DUE I JUST DONT WANT MY FAMILY TO BE HOMLESS.

  3. calli Delgado Says:

    I’m 6 months pregnant I lost my job early in my pregnancy and my boyfriend works and goes to school but his income isn’t enough to support all the bills and rent ! I have food stamps and wic but we are still behind ! I’ve heard of government grants but nobody tells you where to go to fill out the applications ??? I would work but no one will hire me . Im worried that we will have our beautiful baby boy and won’t have a home to go to or the clothing he needs ! I need help ! I live in missouri and I need some direction !

  4. a single mom Says:

    Support groups really can help single mothers, they helped me a single mother of 3.

  5. Mohamed Says:

    Please send me a listing of every psbiosle site for young single Mom with child. I am 20 years old with a 3 month Son. I went to a private college in March 2008 through May 2009. Unfortunately my credits doesn’t even transfer. I’m looking forward to continuing my education, by appying for as many grant offers that I possibly can.

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