Deciding to parent is a big step. There’s often much anticipation and uncertainty. You may wonder what to expect or eagerly celebrate the days ahead.

Parenting isn’t right for everyone, but with thoughtful conversations and research, you can decide whether it’s the best choice for you.

Considering Parenting?

You might be unsure where to begin when weighing your options. Who can you talk to? Where can you find non-judgmental support and a listening ear?

Today’s Choice Women’s Center provides free options consultations. You’ll receive parenting information in a confidential environment. We won’t make the pregnancy decision for you but are here to be a helpful resource for those with unplanned pregnancies.

Do I Have What It Takes To Be A Parent?

There’s a lot to consider with parenting. From finances to clothing, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. Asking yourself the following questions can build a good foundation for your decision-making process:

  • What concerns do I have about parenting?
  • Do I feel mentally and physically able to parent?
  • Would my partner be an involved parent?
  • Do I have a support system I can rely on when times are tough?
  • Am I financially stable?
  • Can I fulfill my child’s emotional and material needs?

Parenting can be full of twists and turns. For example, it is challenging to see your child sick and navigate difficult moments in school. But it is also a fulfilling experience for many parents; they have the unique opportunity of observing the world through their child’s eyes.

Speaking with loved ones and the staff at Today’s Choice Women’s Center can help. But you alone can make this life-changing decision.

Parenting In School

Parenting while in high school or college can be demanding. Juggling homework and exams with raising a child is a challenge many have not experienced. But it can be done.

If you have an unplanned pregnancy and are in school, making a pregnancy decision can be nerve-wracking. Your parents and friends likely have their own opinions, and the pressure can feel intense. But this is your decision to make. You can’t be discriminated against in school due to your pregnancy, and it’s possible to achieve your educational goals while parenting.

Today’s Choice Women’s Center can talk about the resources available if you choose to parent while in school. You aren’t alone; we’ve got your back.

Parenting Support

Have questions about parenting or need a listening ear? Our options consultations are free and confidential. We understand that every unplanned pregnancy is different.

If you choose parenting, we offer on-going care, provide community referrals, and more.

Contact us today to make an appointment.

What to Expect at Today's Choice Women's Center

When you visit Today's Choice, you can expect no-cost and confidential services, accurate information, and a safe space to talk and ask questions. Schedule your free and confidential appointment today!

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