How do you deal with an unwanted pregnancy?

May 3, 2007 6:32pm CST
Most young girls do foolish things. The effects of these things are uncertain and most of them are not ready for it. Young girls are not the only ones concerned. Women are involved too. Actions can lead to various things. It's just sad that some people are not responsible enough to think about what they are doing first before to resume to doing it. I know plenty of young girls and women who had to deal with an unwanted pregnancy. Each of them had different reasons. One said that she never planned it, it just happened. While the other one said that it was planned, her boyfriend will support her all through out but she decides to quit on the last minute. Others, have reasons like it will affect their single life and their careers. I just don't get it. How can people cope up with an unwanted pregnancy? ^^
2 responses
@Jennifer21 (2476)
• United States
3 May 07
Well, I myself had an unwanted pregnancy. How I dealt with it was very simple, I dealt. I grew up alot as soon as I realized I was responsible for another human life. I was scared, terrified! I had just turned 18 and was still enrolled in high school. I got pregnant right before my senior year. I fortunetelly graduated high school with the help of an at home teacher who came to my home once a week to give me my schoolwork and tests. I gave birth to my son and I fell in love with him at first sight, and I never regretted him after that moment I seen his beautiful face. He was a blessing, I considered. I lavished him with love. And to this day, even though he was an unwanted pregnancey because I was young, I have never felt as though I should have waited. Why? Because I have made alot of smart choices in order to keep myself a good mother for my child. I grew up alot since I've had my child and now consider myself a true adult, considering my young age. I think it was worth it. Worth the sacrafices of college. I will never regret it.
1 person likes this
• Philippines
11 May 07
Wow! That was a heartfelt answer. I was very touched and please to find out that you did well after your unwanted pregnancy. I admire women or girls who end up becoming successful after being in the shambles. I think that everyone should face their own problems and look for answers on how to solve them. They should be strong and focused to deal with them. People should never run away from troubles and worries. They are challenges and a part of our daily lives. Keep it up! ^^
@cherriemae (3374)
• Philippines
30 May 07
hi, had that experienced daughter right now was already 2 yrs. old, but my bf leave us when i'm still 3month pregnant..that pregnancy is not planned at all, it's just we do it because we like it, without thinking about the future..and that already happened to me, i regret at first but when the baby came out, the happiness was so different, eventhough her daddy was not there to support me but i'm still happy specially that my child is growing healthy..