How will you tell your parents if you are pregnant? in what manner?

@dorothy09 (1520)
Philippines
July 30, 2008 1:54am CST
This is from a friends experience. She told me that she is pregnant. She ask my help of what to do to tell this to her parents. I for one is confused of what to do and in what way.. You might share your idea with me thanks..
4 responses
@msedge (4012)
• United States
5 Aug 08
Other than keeping her problem to herself she should tell her parents about it.They might get mad at her but at the end they can't do anything about it but accept what she's been through.Parents are always a parents.They are always there for their children so whatever happens their arms are open for her.
@suzu12345 (470)
• India
30 Jul 08
WRITE GIRLS WRITE,,I WOULD BE CHECKING ON THE RESPONSE,,THAT WAT A GIRL CAN DO IN CASE OF EMERGENCIES,,HOPE I WILL GET SOME FUNNY ANSWERS TOO,,I m lokking forward to have a huge laugh,,dont discourage me plzz...lolzzzz
@raynejasper (2326)
• Philippines
30 Jul 08
..for me, I was really scared at first.. we talk with my boyfriend and we decided to tell my father when he visits me.. however, we were not able to tell him because we feel we are not ready.. i don't know how my father got the information that I am pregnant.. then we confessed to him.. my boyfriend assured him that he will be responsible and he will not leave me so my father didn't really got angry.. maybe, this is the time to test how you consider your friend as a real friend.. you could talk to the mother first in private since usually, mothers have broader understanding than father.. you pray that the mother will understand.. although you can't stop them from getting angry but it's a natural reaction.. God bless..
@jaminnj (21)
• United States
30 Jul 08
The sooner the better - and I think she should share how she is feeling - scared - excited etc so they know how best to respond and guide her. Her words may well influence how they respond - calm - clear - and respectfully is the best way and at a time when they can listen with their eyes - ears and hearts.