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YouTube Video of Schoolgirl Giving Birth......

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
An NHS Trust was today criticised for releasing a graphic film clip of a young girl giving birth on a school playing field.

Played by Actors .....The controversial video is the latest weapon used by a local primary care trust in the fight to reduce teen pregnancies,
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#2
I don't think it's that shocking at all, extremely tame compared to real childbirth!!
#3
I wish my labours were that quick!
[helper]#4
Played by actors; other pupils jeering - a bit far fetched.
#5
LJM
Played by actors; other pupils jeering - a bit far fetched.


Alfie wasn't the father was he?
#6
bitseylango
I wish my labours were that quick!


please....... all you did was cough. :lol:
#7
reminded me of those army ads
#8
MinstrelMan
please....... all you did was cough. :lol:


like "shelling peas" as my mum always says! :-D
banned#9
I'm not sure that will actually deter any kids. Most of them will look at that and say 'cool, that would be so cool to see'. What they need to do is promote the commitment required to look after a child for the rest of your life.
banned#10
Bah... you don't even see the growler....













[SIZE="1"].... (its a joke)[/SIZE]
#11
vibeone
Bah... you don't even see the growler....


[SIZE="1"].... (its a joke)[/SIZE]



:-D
#12
there are plenty of real life childbirths on youtube, i'm surprised people are against this one. Who knows if it will have any impact.
#13
Not realistic enough imo.

Teen pregnancy is lowest amongst girls in close contact with young babies and children.

Old enough to be having sex? Certainly old enough to see this.

We dont protect our kids by hiding facts and truths from them. We protect them by arming them with knowledge, experience and education.
#14
I was in labour for 23 hours with my first one, so dreading the second one!! Although I didn't scream like they portray on the TV. My mom and partner were quite impressed as I'm a whimp with pain, and I just sort of moaned every time there was a contraction. (And yes I was 18 when I had my first, so a teen birth too :S)

I don't think anything will stop the teen births, I think a lot of monitoring from the parents (son's and daughter's) I lost my virginity when I was nearly 15 (yes still 14 I know). My mom didn't know, but constantly questioned me about it, and put me on the pill as I'd got a long term boyfriend. She always ensured there were condoms in the house and had made me understand the importance of protection from quite a young age. When I got pregnant at 17, I was in a stable relationship, we both felt ready and although I was ill, I really looked forward to the birth. I'm still with my son's father 5 years on, which in all honesty I'm quite proud of as today the majority of youngsters bed hop, but *touch wood* we're really working together to ensure that my son's bought up properly in a loving and caring home environment, and will do the same with the one that's on the way too.

The only thing I would have done differently was waited until my mental health was sorted out (suffer anxiety attacks and depression) and had got a job as it's degrading being on benefits, I want to support my children with my money, not tax payers money. I mean I'm really grateful for what I get, but I'm not stupid by all means, and I planned to be a criminal psychologist so it gets to me that I lost all that! But on saying that, hopefully with taking my son to school etc, I'm going out more and making myself break the cycle of panic. It's difficult but I'm working on it and will get there one day!
#15
are the eastenders writers freelancing doing public service films now, terrible I cringed.
#16
midjet666
I was in labour for 23 hours with my first one, so dreading the second one!! Although I didn't scream like they portray on the TV. My mom and partner were quite impressed as I'm a whimp with pain, and I just sort of moaned every time there was a contraction. (And yes I was 18 when I had my first, so a teen birth too :S)

I don't think anything will stop the teen births, I think a lot of monitoring from the parents (son's and daughter's) I lost my virginity when I was nearly 15 (yes still 14 I know). My mom didn't know, but constantly questioned me about it, and put me on the pill as I'd got a long term boyfriend. She always ensured there were condoms in the house and had made me understand the importance of protection from quite a young age. When I got pregnant at 17, I was in a stable relationship, we both felt ready and although I was ill, I really looked forward to the birth. I'm still with my son's father 5 years on, which in all honesty I'm quite proud of as today the majority of youngsters bed hop, but *touch wood* we're really working together to ensure that my son's bought up properly in a loving and caring home environment, and will do the same with the one that's on the way too.

The only thing I would have done differently was waited until my mental health was sorted out (suffer anxiety attacks and depression) and had got a job as it's degrading being on benefits, I want to support my children with my money, not tax payers money. I mean I'm really grateful for what I get, but I'm not stupid by all means, and I planned to be a criminal psychologist so it gets to me that I lost all that! But on saying that, hopefully with taking my son to school etc, I'm going out more and making myself break the cycle of panic. It's difficult but I'm working on it and will get there one day!


what stops you from continuing in education?

I had my first child while I was still at school, he is 20 now.

My hubby and I have had three others also. ( yes we've been together all this time )

We also both took our GCSE's A levels and degrees. I now have my own business.

Having a child doesnt stop you from having an identity as well as being a mother xx
#17
I was only an hr with my last one.
Ah why mess about eh? lol

they can show all the films, all the gory bits it wont stop it happening.

Some do it for houses so why not make it easier to get housing without a baby ?
#18
ClarityofMind
what stops you from continuing in education?

I had my first child while I was still at school, he is 20 now.

My hubby and I have had three others also. ( yes we've been together all this time )

We also both took our GCSE's A levels and degrees. I now have my own business.

Having a child doesnt stop you from having an identity as well as being a mother xx


I suffer anxiety attacks and depression so it's holding me back, not my son. I want to get my head sorted out and back into college.
suspended#19
ClarityofMind
Not realistic enough imo.

Teen pregnancy is lowest amongst girls in close contact with young babies and children.

Old enough to be having sex? Certainly old enough to see this.

We dont protect our kids by hiding facts and truths from them. We protect them by arming them with knowledge, experience and education.


I so agree there, I have had 2 children and i know if i saw i real birth now it would still frighten me. The more you try and hide something the more curious people are x
#20
dandoc2
reminded me of those army ads


the oens were they just so happened to be filimg when something happened?
#21
ants97
are the eastenders writers freelancing doing public service films now, terrible I cringed.


i laughed lol.
#22
midjet666
I suffer anxiety attacks and depression so it's holding me back, not my son. I want to get my head sorted out and back into college.


Good luck with all you do hon. I know myself anxiety attacks are hard to live with. Had my first when I was pregnant with my second child. It's hard work being a Mum, don't be hard on yourself too xx
banned#23
more tat..
banned#24
dog_cop
more tat..


Liam, Liam what's the score!..............:w00t:

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