Let him know so he can never say you never told him and it will be his decision alone if he stays or leaves. . That's not to say that I don't think about it; but I don't regert it either. We finally spoke and made up a few days later. My son is now 22. I think that you need to give yourself time to think. How would the baby feel inside? Sometimes guys come to terms with the change in their lives and eventually welcome it and some guys never do.
Sure, what you did was a tad bit whorish, but you were drunk and he was up for it. Take time to yourself to think. These are just a few of the many concerns you may be wading through. But I am now a single mom who is 21. Parenting is hard but not so hard that if you want to be a mother that you shouldn't do it just because you might be a single parent. It is also very emotional.
I don't know why anyone would be disappointed in you. I do know people who have gone back to school while in their 40's and received a law degree. Don't worry about the guy, unless you want to keep the baby and you need him to pay child support. This is the most feeble minded thing I have ever heard! The first 3 weeks were magical! The reception you receive may be cold if that's not what he wants. I hope you make the right call for you and your family. For me, I just had to rip the bandaid off. His first reaction might not indicate how he truly feels.
There is no gurantee he will be there but if you dont expect it you wont be hurt. Secondly did you have a rape kit done? It is a very difficult situation, but you should definitely tell him. You might find it helpful to talk to someone about your feelings. It will most likely result in unhappiness for everyone involved - there's a reason they broke up in the first place. I know it won't be easy at my age, but I'm willing to do it. You know more than he does.
I was in tears he was giving me all the reasons not to have the baby and said it wasnt fare for me to have the baby if he didn't want it. Remind him that the withdraw method is not 100% effective against pregnancy not even close because there is sperm in pre-ejaculate, which can be discharged from the penis at any point during intercourse. She can give you a lot of information and help you make healthy choices. At the end of the day jules your blessed and your baby loves you with or with out a dad. He is going to have to step up either way wether you guys are together or not, just make sure you keep going on and keep trying with him because this is something he legally can't get out of especially when it comes to child support when you need it.
My friends have told me to just jump the gun and be the one to break it off first. Even though I was scared, I was also thrilled. He should support you in your decision and while your relationship is young sometimes life happens. Don't hide this from him. You may have some important decisions to make, but fortunately you've got options. I have no regrets in being pro life.
It is normal to feel some anxiety when you learn that you are pregnant. Is your boyfriend one to take control? Then I remembered Erin was going to stay off her Gleevec—the drug that kept her cancer in remission—for nine months, minimum. If yes, then go for that love. I would try with the boyfriend first as showing a united front to your mom would likely help. He looked at it, and then lay back down to go to sleep. Did you forget your pill? It may or may not matter why you got pregnant.
I agree with the other member that you should take a test with him present so he understands you are serious. Though, if the baby is ill, I get it. Best of luck to you. No matter the outcome of a relationship. Reflect on how you feel. Considering the time she most likely arrived at a conclusion but there are women in her situation. Perhaps your mom will see this new life as a blessing and somewhere to focus on getting through grief.