If you need help coping with your feelings about the situation, talk to someone you trust or seek professional counseling.
A neutral third party can be a great resource at a time like this.
And although some parents are embarrassed by their teen's pregnancy and worried about how family, friends, and neighbors will react, others are happy about the news of a soon-to-be grandchild — especially if the teen is older and in a mature relationship.
Whatever feelings you're experiencing, this is likely to be a difficult time for your family.
Offer advice, but remember that forcing your opinions on your teen or using threats is likely to backfire in the long run. Open communication between you and your teen will help as you consider the future.