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Describe how the life of a teen parent differs from the life of a teen without a child.

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  1. What do you think?

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  2. The life of a teen parent differs immensely from the life of a teen without a child as teen parents must take on adult responsibilities at an early age. They must make personal, social, and financial scarifies. They may often interrupt their education, limiting their job options, whereas teenagers without a child are often faced with this far later in their lives?

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  3. Right. Also, teen parents don't have the freedom to enjoy normal teen social life.

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