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19/11/2012 at 02:21
19/11/2012 at 08:00
19/11/2012 at 08:02
19/11/2012 at 10:44
19/11/2012 at 10:53
The fact of the matter is he got you pregnant so now has to grow up and deal with the consequences!! would he really throw you out on the street?? I feel so sorry that your family are not being very supportive. You really need to start looking after yourself now and you need to get some advice about your options if you are going to go through with this on your own! I wish you lots of luck xx
19/11/2012 at 12:10
Hi Illy Snow, having been where you are & having listened to my 'then boyfriend' I can tell you exactly what it is like to abort a pregnancy & it is not the easy way out that boys/men imagine.
The fact you are already doubting you can go through with it is enough cause not to. If you have no 'medical' need to abort you will likely need a private abortion which will cost you a large amount of money alongside the emotional heartache. You will need to speak to counsellors to confirm you understand what you are doing & are happy 'YOU' have decided to go through it (NOT your BOYFRIEND/FAMILY). The memory will stay with you & you will need to disclose the information during future pregnancies as part of your 'history'.
If your boyfriend truly can't bring himself around to living with you & your baby you should talk to your local citizans advice bureau (CAB) whose details should be in your phonebook & online. They will talk you through your options such as where to seek housing, how to claim benefits/child support that you are entitled to, how to manage childcare costs/finding a job. You are not a bad person, nor a bad mum to want to raise your baby with or without the dad. There are many single mums successfully raising happy, healthy children. Best wishes, you are never truly alone.
22/11/2012 at 18:51
02/12/2012 at 19:55
my boyfriend never wanted our baby when i found out i was pregnant but as soon as that precious baby is born if that doesnt change his mind then he isnt worth it hun, truthfully. and you shouldnt be made to feel so sad about something so wonderful and if its what you want then make it work. you can be all that baby needs and more! hope you make the right choice. x
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