It really depends on the situation doesn't it? Why do you know she's pregnant... or rather, how do you know? If she confessed to you for some reason (maybe she trusts you) then you could try to provide support to her and help her think about the pros and cons of informing her mother of the situation. If you saw her out and about and noticed she was pregnant, or heard from someone else that she was etc... then it is a dilemma. Will she suffer negative health effects if her parents don't find out? Will the parents kick the child out of the house, or abuse her? So many questions. There is no black and white answer.
I would speak to the daughter and try and encourage her to tell her mum.
send the whole situation to Jeremy kyle lol
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If the child confided her condition directly to me then it becomes my business. I would encourage the child to tell her parents. I would make it clear to her that She needs to tell her parents soon, or I will have no choice but to break her confidence and tell them myself.
dam that ddepending on circumstances is a loaded questionbut good luck if your friends with the parent i think you should tell them
i would say something right away so asst is being done correctly and legal documents are written up
I would tell my friend immediately. This happened to my mother when I was fifteen years old. She took control of the situation just in time too. I was almost past the point of legal abortion.
let them find out on their own . id only tell if the daughter was in danger or ill.
I would use my right to remain silent
let them find out it wont effect your life but your friends life that her child and she needs to deal with it in her ow way
put it this way..if my friend knew something as important and life changing as that about my daughter and didn't tell me...i'd not be impressed. If the child told me in confidence i'd do as luckmadon said...and ASAP.
i would not tell, because that would be betraying the friendship we have because my friend may feel that her daughter is more comfortable about talking to me about these sort of conversations, and anyway the daughter is the one in charge to tell, she is the one who needs to be mature about this and deal with her parents.