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      :dry: When it was first established that I was pregnant I thought that I was going to jump off of a cliff. Because deep in my heart everything in it was saying run away. I mean I am 16. Who wants to be a teen mom? I tried to hide it for as long as I could until the truth finally came out from hiding. I told my mother. It was the hardest thing that i ever had to do. And though it was hard, I got through it. I am happy that I chose to face reality and not try to run away. Once I recieved all of the love and support from my family and my friends that I needed, and the reality that in a few months I would be a mother sunk in, it registered to me that this will be the greatest gift I will ever receive. And I do not regret it. My life, despite what others may think is not ruined, it is simply changed for the better. There will always be a little person who needs me, and that makes me feel happy. Life does and will go on, whether we decide our fates to be doom or success. Because believe it or not it is still very much our decision as to the turn our life takes. Baby does not mean failure. And we can do it. And it is websites like these that reassure me of this very fact. I plan to go on with my life, because for me it does go on.



        I really do like to read these sort of posts! I love to see a person who knows what life is about and dont think that a baby is failure and that it is a gift that sometimes wont be given again so don’t abuse it.


          I love women like you. I am 24 and unexpectedly got pregnant ny my boyfriend. But you know what, I may of made the mistake by having unprotected sex and getting pregnant but this child I am pregnant has done nothing wrong.. and he is one of (my daughter being the other) greatest accomplishments of my life.


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