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March 18, 2005 at 5:45 am #7020Anonymous
Throughout my 19 years in this world, I’ve realized something extremely important that all you girls should hear. In our lives, we are thrown new situations and each one is more difficult than the last. The more we overcome these obstacles, the easier it is to accomplish the next one that comes along.
Bringing my own baby boy into the world has taught me so much. No matter what happens in our life, we are strong and we can make powerful decisions for ourselves and our babies. We are not alone and although we become statistics, we are still smart and we’re creating a future nation.
No one thought I was ready to become a mother at 18yrs. old. To their surprise, I proved them wrong. I’m a changed person being a mommy now…it’s the best thing that has ever happened to me. Being a parent is the biggest job in the world but if you can do it, it shows other people what kind of person you are…caring, loving, unselfish, STRONG.
Please take this advice, apply it to yourselves, and show others that you can accomplish any obstacle that gets placed in your way.March 28, 2005 at 1:09 pm #7125Anonymous
hey I just wanted to say thanks for the encouragment I just found out I am pregnant, and I know that I want to keep the baby but I am scared to tell my family and friends because I dont want to disapoint them. Your post gave me hope that maybe it will be ok in the end.March 29, 2005 at 12:51 am #7128Anonymous
hi my name is kandace and i just wanted to say that i agree things get hard but you got to have faith in yourself if you never know what its like to have hard times then you cant have good times life has its ups and downs. i remember when i first told my parents i was pregnant i thought they were gona kick me out but they stood by me right now im seven months and im having a girl and im glad i made the right choice. :laugh: :cheer:March 29, 2005 at 8:37 am #7144Anonymous
I would also like to thank you for that post. About 2 weeks ago i also found out I was pregnant, and I’m so afraid to tell my family because I don’t want them to look down on me….I was planning on getting an abortion but now that I think about it, it’s not the right thing to do. I still have a long way to go but hopefully everything will turn out okay in the end, thank you very much for that and i’m glad i’m not the only one hurting.April 2, 2005 at 4:12 pm #7232Anonymous
Is nice to read about others with more expirience about all this, Ill try to be strong I just found out that I’m pregnant, I hope that I can be stron just like others, and hopefully i’ll have some support from my family members……………… :blush:April 2, 2005 at 4:20 pm #7233Anonymous
hey, hopefully everything will be okay, im in ur same situation, in a way I feel alone but my best friend has my back, and so does my boyfriend, he’s exited but worried about me because he wants this and he doesn’t want me to make a stupid mistake… i’m verry glad that he is there for me… as long as he is there nothing else matters because he has everything to give me………but I just hope everything goes well for you and for me 2……….good luckApril 3, 2005 at 12:56 pm #7238Anonymous
hey, i just found out im pregnant too but Im 2 scare to tell my mom whats goin on i’m scare she’s gonna be mad at me amd kick me out, I mean I want this baby, and I don’t want to have it and give it up for adoption, or just have an abortion if I tell my mom right she’ll probably say that to me……….well I dont know shes a great mother so I really dont know, I guess Im just 2 scare to tellMay 17, 2005 at 11:22 am #7849Mrs. Butterfly
I just wanted you girls to know that you all are beautiful inside and out. Life is going to throw you all kinds of curve balls, but keep on swingiing. And remember without Jehovah God and us women there would not be any men, women, or children in the world. So in a sense we make this earth turn, or at least we populate it. Love yourselves and others and you will do just fine.
Mrs. Butterfly :kiss:June 6, 2005 at 6:32 am #8251Anonymous
Telling your parents can be the hardest thing in the world it seems. You have so many fears about yourself being put into a new situation you cannot even fathom that it seems hard to tell someone these things. I was scared to death. Granted, when I got pregnant I was already in college and had been living on my own for a while and my now husband and I were living a life together but it still did not make it any easier. Growing up Baptist I was afraid my family would look down on me. In the end I took a deep breath and talked to them. My Father was my biggest worry but when I looked up from telling him he had the biggest smile on his face and tears in his eyes. Now my parents are typical Grandparents, and I love every moment of it. Don’t forget that your parents are as they are named, parents, and they love you. Something as big as a pregnancy comes as a big shock at first but trust in yourself, believe in yourself, and take things one day at the time. The big picture can be overwhelming when the future seems unclear. Just know you are wonderful no matter who you are and you can do anything you put your mind to. Everything happens for a reason..put faith in yourself and the Lord and just BREATHE!
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