17 year brother knocked up 16 y/o

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My 17 year brother is an idiot.
He has knocked up his 16 Y/O girlfriend and I have been tasked with/ agreed to informing mum and dad, cause they are going to go psycho.
How should I do this?


Has anyone got any stories of this kind of thing going well ie. Teenage pregnancy?
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good luck
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(Original post by Anonymous)
My 17 year brother is an idiot.
He has knocked up his 16 Y/O girlfriend and I have been tasked with/ agreed to informing mum and dad, cause they are going to go psycho.
How should I do this?


Has anyone got any stories of this kind of thing going well ie. Teenage pregnancy?
And no, I don't want any morally superior d*cks making funny comments. What is done is done.
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My 17 year brother is an idiot.
He has knocked up his 16 Y/O girlfriend and I have been tasked with/ agreed to informing mum and dad...
He's the idiot... so why are you tasked with informing mum and dad?
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Anonymous #1
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He's the idiot... so why are you tasked with informing mum and dad?
Because I feel sorry for him...
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damn well good luck
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You should get him to do it, he needs to start accepting responsibility now, as he will have to do that a lot when he is a dad, which will be very soon.
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it's his responsibility NOT yours !
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Why do they have to know?

I mean he deserves a good lecture for being irresponsible af. Can't you give him that lecture?

I am really sorry for what that girl has to go through whatever decision she makes. I'm sure she was irresponsible too but maybe she can have a break now as she has the harder consequence to bear.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
My 17 year brother is an idiot.
He has knocked up his 16 Y/O girlfriend and I have been tasked with/ agreed to informing mum and dad, cause they are going to go psycho.
How should I do this?


Has anyone got any stories of this kind of thing going well ie. Teenage pregnancy?
Put it the XMas card
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Because I feel sorry for him...
Agree with what everyone else has said - your difficulty now should be "how to pass the ball back to your brother"; not "how to get involved in something you're not responsible for".

You should have nothing to do with this; other than support your brother in his journey to becoming a young father and maybe help look after his baby after the delivery.
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Good luck and you're right what's done is done - you can only move forward.

He needs to be there whilst you both break the news to your parent, I understand he may need some support from you atm but encourage him to tell your parents his side of the story once you've announced the initial situation. It should be easier from your side to just blurt it out because it's not your mistake.
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Wow did they have sex? That's so gross eww
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This is what abortions are for, I swear
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My 17 year brother is an idiot.
He has knocked up his 16 Y/O girlfriend and I have been tasked with/ agreed to informing mum and dad, cause they are going to go psycho.
How should I do this?
pls live stream or record and upload to youtube. thanks.
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Why did I think this was about a fist fight...?
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Why did I think this was about a fist fight...?
you've led a sheltered life?
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(Original post by ROTL94)
You should get him to do it, he needs to start accepting responsibility now, as he will have to do that a lot when he is a dad, which will be very soon.
Yeah he is going to do it himself now.

He can't even wear a condom correctly... God knows how he is going to deal with this...
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My 17 year brother is an idiot.
He has knocked up his 16 Y/O girlfriend and I have been tasked with/ agreed to informing mum and dad, cause they are going to go psycho.
How should I do this?


Has anyone got any stories of this kind of thing going well ie. Teenage pregnancy?
He sounds like a complete idiot who ruined another child's life. The least he can do is own up to his mistakes and be the person to inform mum and dad. You shouldn't be responsible for doing that.
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I'm the same age as your brother. He sounds like a complete idiot who ruined another child's life. The least he can do is own up to his mistakes and be the person to inform mum and dad. You shouldn't be responsible for doing that.
Why is he anymore in 'the wrong' than his GF?
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