Un married pregnant of my son's girl friend.

Pakistan
September 13, 2007 8:26pm CST
They fell in love. they used to meet each. And now she became pregnant. He is my son and she is his girl friend. It is very bad in our Muslim society for an unmarried girl to become pregnant. Her parnts are very angry. They may kill my son. She told the truth that the baby in her body is baby of shahbaz, my son. This made us confused and very very sad. I dont know, How could I solve this problematic situation.
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3 responses
• Malaysia
14 Sep 07
hiii sheenshaukat. i really understand wht ure going trough. im a muslim too. there is u can do to turn back time. be brave n be responsible. dont think about the past. the important thing right now is the future of ur son, his gf n the unborn baby.confront his gf parnts n discuss this thing like a rational n wise person.
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@plumwish07 (4060)
• Indonesia
14 Sep 07
the only thing that you can do is asked your son to be a good responsibility man. he should marry his girlfriend. i know what he done is very bad thing but it already happenned and we cant take back the time. its better for you to meet her family and explained everything in coolhead. told them how much regret your family about these matter. i believe they will understand much if you talk with them in a good way. Killing your son isnt the solving problem, in fact it will create another problem that more bigger. if they love each other, then they should be together although what they already done was absolutely wrong and intollerant with your religion.
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@michecu (637)
• Philippines
14 Sep 07
hi, sheenshaukat! i understand it's really a difficult for you because of the society you're in. I think that though, the situation may be beyond the norms of your society, it doesn't mean that your son and his pregnant girlfriend must be condemned for making a mistake. If I were in your place, I'd talk to my son and his girlfriend and ask them what their plans are -- if they plan to get married or bear the child outside marriage, and how do they plan to divide the responsibility for their child. Simply assure them that you will be there to help them out whatever happens. Society maybe judgmental but it should not put you and your family without a choice. There are many options and I'm pretty sure that things will turn out well in the end. What matters now is the health and welfare of the mother and the child. Give them your support even if the parents of the girl would be quite hesitant to do their share. In the end, all of you will be happier especially when the baby comes out -- it's a blessing and I know it will bring great joy to the family. Good luck and be strong! :)
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