Questions to Ask Yourself if You Are Pregnant

March 25th, 2011 | Posted in Pregnant Teen by

1. What do I want out of life for myself?

2. Could I handle a child and a job and/or school at the same time?

3. Have I managed school and/or job and other activities well in the past?

4. Am I ready to give up the freedom to do what I want to do when I want to do it?

5. An example of something I would have to give up by having a child with me is…

6. Am I willing to cut back on my social life and stay home while my friends go out?

7. Would I miss my free time and privacy?

8. Can I afford to support a child?

9. Do I want to raise my child in the neighborhood I am living in now?

10. How might a child interfere with my growth and personal development?

11. How would parenting a child change my educational plans?

12. Am I willing to give a great part of my life – AT LEAST 18 YEARS – to being a responsible parent?

13. Do I like doing things with children?

14. Do I want my child to be like me?

15. Do I expect a child to make my life happy?

16. When I am around small children for a while, how do I feel after being around them?

17. Am I able to give the child the love he/she needs/deserves?

18. Am I patient enough to deal with the noise, confusion, and the 24-hour-a-day responsibility of having a child?

19. What kind of time and space do I need for myself?

20. What do I do now when I am angry or upset?

21. What would I do to a child if I lost my temper or became angry?

22. What does good discipline mean to me?

23. How would I discipline a toddler?

24. Do I get along with my family?

25. How would I take care of my child’s health and safety?

26. Would my child be proud of the person I am today?

27. Am I able to provide an education for my child?

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