With the rising rate of teenage pregnancy in the country, mothers are becoming even younger and younger these days. But what is even more alarming is that some pregnant young women consider or resort to abortion because of the lack of support from their families.
Broadcast journalist Bernadette Sembrano believes that it is important for parents to guide their pregnant child, and show them that they can still set right a wrongdoing, that there is still a better future for her and the child she is carrying.
Because of their youth, teenage mothers-to-be are more prone to stress, both physical and emotional, and driving them away because of their untimely pregnancy would only make things worse for them.
This Thursday (Jan 6) in “Krusada,” Sembrano will show the role of the family in solving the problem of teenage pregnancy, a dilemma that is usually caused by their experiences at home.
The fight against teenage pregnancy and the campaign to protect teenage mothers is not a lost cause if we listen, take part, and be one with the crusade. Join Bernadette Sembrano in “Krusada,” after “Bandila” on ABS-CBN.