In 2014, in France, some 5,000 juvenile mothers aged 14 to 18 may not have chosen to be pregnant, but they choose to keep their babies, going against the trend in modern western societies, opting for motherhood and dropping out of school. The happiness of being a mother combines with the turmoil of teenage years as they embark on a...
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