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  • Why are private run maternity home allowed to exist? Some of the rules include keeping the father of the child away from the mother? Could that be so that he will not exercise his rights to keep his child from being adopted sans his consent? Sounds to me like they are nothing more than prisons for punishing "bad women" and to warehouse them for potential baby buyers.
  • Sammie you think it is ok for these places to keep the father of the baby from having a say on adoption or being able to exercise his parental rights to his child? Or God forbid he decides to do the right thing and marry the lady? They should not be allowed to exist as they are, they are private prisons especially those run by religious organizations.
  • Yeah, pretty much. Although much cushier than actual prisons, so the force of the manipulation is more covert. Anyways, I was in one several years ago and we had a curfew of 8 pm (required to sign in and out, and state whom with, where I was going). Outbound visiting was only allowed on the weekend, and with the owner's approval. One was not allowed to own a vehicle, there was mandatory counseling 1-2x per week where the affiliated counselors would counsel the girl to consider the opposite of whatever her stated desire (which was usually keeping her own baby, of course). The "house mother" drove us to the local welfare department, in order to get us established and signed up for food stamps, medical benefits, etc (I became ineligible for cash assistance in a matter of weeks bc I found work, 48 hrs/week at a local fast food restaurant). All government assistance was to go directly to this "home for unwed mothers". The cash assistance turned into the room/board and the food stamps were pooled together, supposedly for all who lived in the home to use collectively. I was kicked out of this "home" at the whim of the owner who felt like myself and another girl were disrupting the others. I certainly was not. What's interesting is that years later, this very proud, stern, self-proclaimed elite member of the community (who treated us unwed mothers like trash at her feet), actually drove the wrong way down one of the one-way streets in her own town here. Her car was hit head on. Due to that car accident, she became paralyzed and unable to talk. For the next 3 yrs., she lived out the rest of her life unable to walk, talk, or even feed herself in the nastiest nursing home in town, which was well-known for being understaffed with rough workers and conditions. "Karma's a *****."
  • In many ways they are like prisons. The one I was sent to definitely felt like it. Pregnant teen women in foster care almost always end up at one in my home-state. The rule of not allowing the babies' fathers to visit was not official but it was enforced in different ways. The home where I was is located hours away from the cities where the mothers come from, so we got pretty much no visitors because the price of gas is high and who has time to commute back and forth every day for a half an hour visit? That is very similar to what families of prisoners have to put up with. The babies' fathers either could not be bothered to travel that far and those who wanted to were discouraged because even when they got there the politics and the treatment of the house towards them was crap. They made my boyfriend feel like an enemy every time he was there. In a way, I won't complain much because, what was the alternative? The fosters had already chosen to return me to CPS as soon as I told them I was pregnant, and group homes for foster teens do not allow pregnant girls, that is what the maternity homes are for. Without that, I had nowhere to go and I had no desire to be homeless and pregnant. What ended up happening is that a new pair of fosters was found for me. I had to be moved miles away again and live with them, and that was not a big improvement. They wanted to get rid of me and keep the babies, so no difference between them and the group home for slutty teen moms. As a foster care veteran you grow to expect that kind of prison treatment and I cannot say it shocked me. The home where I was had little differences between a regular group home. It was boring and monotonous, isolating, depressing, crowded and dirty. But there just aren't that many alternatives and if you got rid of the prison like maternity hospitals you would end up with even more homeless pregnant girls and babies being born in alleys. When I think back I realize how much a miracle it is that my children are still with me and my boyfriend stuck around enough to become my husband. Not being homeless right now is such a victory I could brag about it.
  • I don't know a lot about maternity homes- so your question raises more questions than answers. It's possible that any institution may bear some resemblance to prisons. There could be a number of reasons why mom's are barred from contact with their child's father. It this is a religiously based home, they may want to prevent continued premarital sex. Why are girls in these homes? If it's primarily to hide a pregnancy, for girls who plan to give up the child to adoption, I'd be wary. An institution developed to foster secrecy and shame may not be in the best interests of the mothers.
  • This sounds like a figment of your imagination. A baby cannot be adopted without the father's consent. So this all sounds like a made up story.
  • I didn't even realize that there were still such places. Not the way so many unmarrieds are popping out babies with no shame whatsoever. Don't really see the need.
  • So open up your house to unwed women with nowhere else to turn if you hate how maternity homes are run.
  • Roseville. Having lived in both most of my life, I have found that the people are nicer, the history is better, and the schools are safer. I went to Rocklin High and Woodcreek Oaks (Roseville), and although Rocklin schools can wow you with huge classrooms and 16 year olds with Hummers, it is also full of money and drugs. Think back to high school... kids who have $100 cash and a credit card at all times have fast cars, cocaine, and alcohol at their demand. I don't think I'd be offered more drugs if I were walking around Oakland... They are both upscale, conservative Christian/Republican areas (sucked for me, but if it's your thing) with great houses. Rocklin is full of scenic hills covered in houses and Roseville is flat and vast. Roseville has amazing shopping; everything you could possibly need is there. Overall, Roseville is a great place to raise a family and work.
  • Roseville. Rocklin is a place where you have to drive to Roseville to do anything. Rocklin has some upscale homes in some areas, but so does Roseville. Roseville is just overall better, and Rocklin is plain boring.
  • I like rocklin everything is pretty new and really clean. roseville is kind of a mess and cops are ridiculous, there everywhere but yet when you need one they are no where to be found. allthough im not sure if rocklin even has a police station. anywho...i like rocklin
  • Hey Coach, Rocklin is for Estates, Roseville is ticky tack. Regardless of what any one else says this is the truth. Make up your own mind.
  • Roseville, because it was just built, and very peaceful safe and quiet.
  • I had been a single parent for 18 yrs , my last one is 19 working part -time .because of my ssi income he helps with groceries,gas for car, he pays for cable/internet which is expensive especailly with added channels and dvr.he does not pay rent . all of my income goes to rent . I havent been able to find work as of yet, any work i get must be under the table (cash) my statement is after all these yrs of sacrifice and being a very good mother becaaue he doesnt pay rent i feel its my turn to move out and let him find a room mate then hell do some growning up real fast .Im tired mentally/physcially. I need some (my time) now I deserve it .he is complaning about my move dont i derserve my time now I want to move to utah they are in cal its not too far away i have a car he wont i pay rent he will have to pay half and cut down he doesnt pick up after himself doesnt help around the houe with chores maybe the trash once iin while whtas your ieda
  • gradually reduce ur money that u give him and tell him to get a full time job or another source of income say tough love
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  • Some of you have followed my story (pity on you) I need some help tho! OK the short story: Married 5 months only. Together a year total. Got together too fast, too furious. Oh well...in the year, hubby has had at least 10+ jobs. He would start one, then find an excuse, get another, etc...He was out of work the past 3 months due to there being NO jobs here. Now he has one, over the road as a trucker. (Side note: He was so bad, he got 3 mos behind child support for his kids and almost lost his license and went to jail!) So in this year, I have paid pretty much 100% of the bills. He has contributed maybe 700-1000 total in the entire year towards stuff. Now he is working, and so I ask him for some money today (he is in Utah laid over, not driving, just waiting for a load home) he tells me "no" and I can wait til he gets home Mon night. Keep in mind, I am HOME this weekend, and need an oil change, groceries, etc...he then HANGS up on me. (He has the ability to send money at no cost through electronic checks and it takes about 10 minutes) So in my mind, I am thinking I need to end it. Cut my losses now, before it gets worst. I am paying all these bills anyway, so what would be different? I have two little girls of my own who live with us and do not need to learn from this bad behaviour. I have helped him pay child support once, given him money for new jobs, paid everything, then when I ask for some cash he says no!?? And I did ask nicely btw... Your thoughts? I am thinking he showed me he has no intentions of being a man and helping his family.
  • Go on the internet to ask if you should end a marriage, come on, you know the answer. Marriage isn't about money, it's about sharing and cooperation. The question you have to answer yourself is now that you know him is he a good husband, would you want him to be the father of your children, grow old with him, die in his arms. Will he be faithful, kind to you, and forgive your mistakes. Try not to put love in terms of money. You don't divorce someone because they had a bad day, wait until monday and lay it all out for him. Try to cool off and discuss your future maybe he had a bad year, I'm sure you married him for a good reason.
  • Make sure his bags are on the curb when he gets home. Why the heck should you leave? Kick him out! Perhaps getting home and finding his stuff all packed up and ready for him will make him rethink his attitude. If it doesn't you've lost nothing more than a millstone around your neck. He needs to grow up and realise that if he wants to be married he needs to be a man and act like a husband and provider not a leech sucking the life out of the relationship.
  • Make the arraingements for the seperation and wait til monday to see what he comes up with. If he has nothing for you, you've already made the arraingements so wait til he is out of town again and either move his stuff out or you move depending on the housing situation.
  • Ya you need to definately leave!!! He is no husband or father role model for your children! The economy keeps getting worse so he isnt going to find a real job! A REAL man would have sucked it up at a job and kept it!! Leave the loser! Hes using you!
  • he is a loser with a capital L you needed that money for you and the children and he said no if he loved you he would of sent the money no questions asked move on and don't look back pack his bags and leave them on the front lawn call him up and tell him his bags are packed if he trys to get in call the cops.
  • ya i think you really know what to do, it sounds as tho you have been pretty much on your own right from the start carrying his butt, if he is not willing to help out then you really have to wonder if he is worth the time and effort. good luck P.S think of yourself 10 years down the road do you want to be that person who is kicking her *** for waisting all those years????
  • Why are you still with this guy?! You are already having doubts about him. It is hard, but I think you are better off without him and the treatment you've been getting.
  • he's what is called a self made man, all self self self, get rid you be better off and so will the girls.
  • you answered your own question. be the smart woman, get out of this now and keep your dignity.
  • Me & my fiance & father of my baby (im 20 weeks prego right now) have been together for a yr now & in that yr we seen each other everyday literally every day! Just the other day June 4th he departed for Navy bootcamp. I figured it would be bad & neither one of us wanted it to come so fast because we didnt wanna be apart. But Im taking it Very Bad! I cry all the time & i just some times want him to just give up & come home. But I know that it is selfish & like he says he needs to do this for us & the baby so that we can have a good life & the life we want, he says its only 8 weeks & time will fly & in the end when he gets home we have our baby girl being born to look foward & will have money to do what we want and have what we want. How should i better myself to not be so down all the time about it.& to think the way he does/ Please help im tired of being depressed
  • Me & my fiance & father of my baby (im 20 weeks prego right now) have been together for a yr now & in that yr we seen each other everyday literally every day! Just the other day June 4th he departed for Navy bootcamp. I figured it would be bad & neither one of us wanted it to come so fast because we didnt wanna be apart. But Im taking it Very Bad! I cry all the time & i just some times want him to just give up & come home. But I know that it is selfish & like he says he needs to do this for us & the baby so that we can have a good life & the life we want, he says its only 8 weeks & time will fly & in the end when he gets home we have our baby girl being born to look foward & will have money to do what we want and have what we want. How should i better myself to not be so down all the time about it.& to think the way he does/ Please help im tired of being depressed ps: he wont get shipped away when he gets back so i dont have to worry about that actually
  • REMEMBER THE UTAH can you please shut the **** up you have no idea how old i am or anything just because you have a baby does not mean you need to get married. im sorry but i taught just bc you get prego does not mean you rush to get married for some benefits and extra money thats messed up! I can take care of the baby with my benefits & my families. Getting married is not about benefits & cash & for all you know did you read He's my FIANCE, which means gettin married DUH! ever think we didnt have time for a wedding before he left
  • Well let me tell you again I think I know what he signed up for Its Navy reserves & NO you do not get deployed with Navy reserves! So NO he will not be deployed now you all sayin suck it up he will be leavin again probably feel stupid! & As for the ones tellin me get married rush to get married he dont love you & blah blah bull ****. I think I know him better than any of you he would have never joined any military if it wasnt for me & the baby ITS OUR choice to not rush & get married. thanks
  • Stay busy. My husband is a Marine on his 7th deployment to Iraq. This time for 13 months. I stay busy with Graduate school. I honestly don't know how you can sit there and cry all the time. If you find something constructive, you won't have time to pine for him 24-7. Time will pass quicker for you as well. Just remember you cannot stop time, and eventually you can see him again. Trust me; boot camp is a drop in the bucket compared to what some spouses have dealt with separation. Keep things in perspective. A few weeks is nothing.
  • The only thing I can tell you to do is stay busy. It is gonig to be harder being that you are pregnant, but you can do it! In all honesty you should be thankful that it is only 8 weeks. He is doing a great thing and you should be thankful that he is trying to so hard to take care of you. My husband is in the army and he has been deployed three times. One month after he left for his second deployment (which was a year long) I found out I was pregnant...he had to save up his R&R in order to come home and see the baby and he still missed the birth (I had my son three weeks early) I went a full nine months without seeing him (sometimes not talking for weeks at a time b/c of communications). He wasn't even home a year and left again for his third deployment this one being 18 months long. I mainly keep busy with school and my dogs and I have volunteered alot. Being a military spouse is not easy and it isnt always fun...be happy it is only 8 weeks...and one more thing, absence does make the heart grow fonder, so even though you miss him, he will be back SOON and you will appreciate your time together that much more! Good luck!
  • Wow, so you think just because he is in the Navy Reserves he won’t deploy? Hm, I don’t know what he told you, but RESERVISTS DO DEPLOY. EVERY RESERVES UNIT CAN/WILL DEPLOY! I have had multiple friends in the Navy Reserves deploy. You are in for a rude awakening. You are an idiot. You are calling everyone on here idiots, yet you are the one that believes your boyfriend is the ONLY ONE in the military that will not deploy. God, what a twit you are. How about the next question you post is “How many reserve units are deployed right now”, you will be very surprised at the number. Also, if you don’t want to get married, fine. No one cares that you are a slu-t. Stop covering for you POS bf who won’t marry you. Bullsh-it you made the choice to be an unmarried mother and bring a kid into the world that has no legitimate father. So if you want to be another statistic of a failed, unmarried woman, go ahead. More power to you sl—ut. It’s your choice to be unmarried with children, yea right.
  • Hey just hang in there. Let the time go by whether it's fast or slow. he will be back. I am in the Army and have spent a total of 27 months away from my family. Believe me, he misses you dearly too. Understand that as men we will do anything to take care of our families. Army does year long deployments. Navy has it easier with sometimes shorter deployments or ship duty. Right now the Army is handling the bulk of the war and we deploy like crazy. Keep in mind it could be worse. Trust me, everything will be alright for all of you. Keep your emotions stable for the health of your baby. Army wives say they have the toughest job in the Army. Navy wives must be strong too. Try to find something to engage in. Study up on the benefits of the Navy or something. Just don't let the pain beat you.
  • I wish I could give you a "cure all" answer but there really isn't one. Try to focus on the reasons he joined. He wants to provide for you and the baby. He wants to serve his country. He wants to make his loved ones proud. If he quits now it won't be a good thing. Yes, you will get him back but the fact that he quit will always be on his record and it won't look good when he tries to get jobs. I know it's hard to be away from him. He's very important to you. Just know that's he's having a hard time right now too. He feels like he should be there with you during this hard time but he can't be. Please don't leave him. My girl friend left me 3 weeks into Army basic training and it almost destroyed me. He will come back. It won't be easy but if you can't hold on for just a few weeks you will have him back in no time. In the mean time stay close to your family and friends. Stay busy so you don't think about it as much. Think about going to his graduation day and how proud you will be of him. It will all work out, I promise.
  • Wow I was reading these answers and their not good at all!! I am an army fiance myself and I know what your going through! I asked a similar question like this 6 months ago and got the same response. People just don't understand! I must tell you crying will help. Crying helped me alot its part of healing. You can talk to your close family and friends on how your feeling they will help you get through it. Or you can talk to military wives and fiances like myself to help you get through it. In order to keep your self busy is to hang out with your friends/family, find a new hobby. College helped me to make my days go by faster. Friends seriously help you make your day so much better! Also, keep a journal and write how your feeling. This helped me alot! I know what your going through and I promise you will heal and be so much better. This is also a learning process too. Hope I helped you!
  • If he wanted you and the baby to have a good life he would have married you before he left for basic. Good grief, that would have given you medical care for your pregnancy and for the baby the second it was born. It would have allowed you to join him with Uncle Sam paying the transportation bill. It would have allowed you to shop at the Commissary and Exchange and not have to pay state sales tax. You are crying because down deep you know you are screwed, in more ways than one. He knocked you up and then took off. And he joins the one branch of service where you know he is going to be gone for long periods of time. When he gets back in 8 weeks you need to insist he marry you then. If he gives you any excuse about why you should not get married then you know that I was right. In that case you hit him with the medical care issue for you and the kid. If he still will not marry you then you had better make some plans without him. Such as putting the kid up for adoption because you will be too "prego" to get an abortion. ADDITION: DUH yourself. If you are going to get married why not do it when you could really use the benefits? TRICARE for dependents has a $300 deductible and 20% co-pay. And a $7500 catastrophic cap. Meaning at the most you will pay $1800 for your care in a year even if you have to be admitted to a hospital for months at the end of your pregnancy due to problems and even if your kid is born with major health problems. Add whatever insurance you already have and you may not have to pay a dime. Also you went on and whined about how hard it is, boo hoo about him being gone and all that stuff and now say you do not need him or the benefits he can provide to the family. You say he wants to do the best for you and the kid yet is denying you major benefits of joining the Navy. And maybe a bit old fashioned, but if you are married at the time the kid is born the law automatically recognizes the guy as the father. If things do not work out well in the future and you get a divorce, the kid still gets all the dependent benefits until he turns 18, or 23 if he goes to college. If you are not married at the time of birth he could always say he is not the father and it would be up to you to prove it. Good grief lady, use your head and stop acting like you live in Sweden or you just might end up like Bristol Palin. As far as deployments, get real. If you are in the service you can be deployed. They have Navy guys deployed with Army units in Iraq. They have Navy ships deployed all over place trying to stop the pirates. And with North Korea acting up and having its ships enter the waters of South Korea, guess which Navy is moving some more ships over there? They are not going to let one guy sit back nice and safe in the states when everyone else is taking the risks. They have a rotation system and sooner or later he is going to get deployed. Lastly, as to your age, your writing is immature, has poor grammar and poor spelling. Forgive me for assuming you were young as a result.
  • First you need to stop stressing yourself so much if for nothing more then the health of your child. You need to find something or things you like a throw yourself into whatever that may be. Work, friends, family, the gym, painting, etc. It is not that long, but if you intend to become a military wife you need to learn now to deal with him being gone. Especially with the Navy. He will be gone on Sea Duty allot early in his enlistment. It takes a very strong, independent woman/man to be a military spouse.
  • It's Navy basic training, not the toughest thing in the world, but still a challenge, know that he is there right now being challenged, but not absued. A way to lift his spirits, and yours to is to have funny uplifting letters written to him every day. Trust me, all your fiance is looking forward to is your letters. Don't act worried about him in your letters and just tell him how proud you are of him, its not that long just hang in there!
  • my fiance is in basic right now also. hes been gone for 5 weeks already and im still cryin lol. i know how u feel. its like everythin i see makes me think of him. just try to keep yourself busy. the days may feel like they r never goin to end but they r actually goin by faster then u think. im new to this also but if u have any other questions i might be able to help a little : ) my email is xxlos3rfac3xx@yahoo.com
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