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i’m 16 and pregnant. my parents love my boyfriend. he’s 19 and has his own place. i’m already graduated and work full time. i practically live with him. but i fear when they find out they’ll make me move back home and keep the baby from him.

Thanks for writing in! You might find that you will need a lot of support during this time, so I am proud of you for taking such a positive step by reaching out. You’re doing the right thing by looking for help and support. There’s no reason you should go through this alone. So now what? To break this down,…

What is intimacy?

Intimacy is often found in relationships. Intimacy represents a close connection with another, rooted in trust, love, respect, comfort and safety. Without these seeds, it can be difficult for intimacy to grow. Looking at some of the forms of intimacy, there is sexual intimacy and non-romantic intimacy. Sexual intimacy is between two lovers. Sex can exist without intimacy, which can…

I have clamydia and am 17 how do I get prescribed

I have clamydia and am 17 how do I get prescribed Hello Relative, Thank you for asking this question. It take a lot of courage to reach out and find information about how to keep yourself and your partner(s) healthy. Lots of people are confused about getting tested and treated for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI). You may think your annual…

HIV Condom Broke

Dear Auntie, I had sex with someone who is HIV positive and the condom broke. How can I make sure I don’t get sick? I’m so glad you wrote in! If you think you might have been exposed to HIV, you still have a medication option to prevent yourself from being infected. What is PEP? PEP stands for post-exposure prophylaxis.…

Make sure I don’t get HIV

Dear Auntie, my partner is HIV positive. How can I make sure I don’t get HIV? This is a great question! Being in a relationship with someone who is HIV positive doesn’t mean that you have to get HIV. Either you or your partner can take medicine to lower the chances of transmitting HIV. Get Tested Before you can consider…
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