Taking responsibility for rearing childrenA few days ago I was reading your article about support for single mothers. I would like to share my slightly different opinion about this issue. As you mentioned in the article, these days the number of young single mothers is growing more and more. Most of them are between 18- and 25-years-old. They often do not take responsibility for rearing their children.
I think single mothers should take responsibility for their children, even at a young age. They should know that just a single mistake can strongly impact their lives. Giving birth to a baby should not be taken lightly. It means that many young girls are in relationships with men thoughtlessly.
Even the premarital pregnancy of newlyweds is more pervasive. The most amazing thing is that most of them do not raise their children. According to various child welfare centers, many children born to single mothers have been abandoned in orphanages or on the street - up to 2 out of 5 kids.
Single mothers should have taken steps to prevent pregnancy if they did not have confidence in rearing their children until they grow up. Nevertheless, if young people are going to have a baby, they need to try to make a better environment for their babies. It is their own mistake, so they must take responsibility for their actions by rearing their children and working.