boyfriend not caring

I'm a teen expecting my first baby in a few short weeks. I have been experiencing a few issues with my partner and i don't know if its a normal things that everyone goes through. i have felt my emotions going crazy' as it is really easy for something to tip me off and start an encore of my crying and going on rants. i know most of the times when i feel myself getting out of control, but i feel i just cant stop myself and find away to calm down.

Recently i have been going through a rough patch with the father of my baby. We have been together for awhile now but i feel that he just doesn't take things serious. I'm a very organised person or has to have everything it place before the event, and i feel he doesn't quiet get how important it is to me to have that support of someone being able to ask me if i needed help with anything. i find myself doing everything either on my own or just seem to be doing all the tasks by myself. I have done all the washing for the baby and have set her room up by myself with know help or even a good job.

All my doctors appointments i have had i have been to by myself as he feels that it isn't important to know how his baby is growing and what all the medical plans are for when i have this baby. It frustrates me when i ask him to come to an appointment and i get declined, like its not a priority for that day.

i have also been to a few classes to learn a few things about the birthing process and what the hospital ward is going to look like. I have had the support from my mother and my sister through those classes but i would of really like to experience at least one with the father of my baby. it is something that i would of like to tell my baby that we did together.

i just don't know how to get my message across to my partner.

Comments (1)

  1. Melody04

Sounds like youre in a tough spot. All I can say is if the father doesn't want to be a part of the babys life, then let him go as it will only end up hurting the both of you. However, sometimes it does take guys longer to get comfortable with big...

Sounds like youre in a tough spot. All I can say is if the father doesn't want to be a part of the babys life, then let him go as it will only end up hurting the both of you. However, sometimes it does take guys longer to get comfortable with big changes like this. Listen to your heart and do whatever is best for you and your baby! Best of luck to you. Stay happy and healthy

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