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APRIL - September 13

I have been having so many mixed emotions. IThis pregnancy was NOT planned. It actually came at a really bad time... So many bad things are happening and I just cant help but feel that I dont want to have anything to do with this baby. I just feel liek I dont want to be pregnant anymore. Some days are worse than others... Am I a bad person.. or is this normal!?!?!?!?!?!?


Kim - September 13

I don't think you're a bad person. When I got pregnant at 27, I had been married 6 years and we were happy to be married w/o children. I cried for many weeks when I found out and was very depressed. My hormones, coupled with my morning sickness just made things worse. It only took me about 3 weeks to get extremely excited about the pregnancy. I know it seems easy for me to say, but it will get better and you will get excited about having a child. It has changed our life for the better and we can't imagine our life w/o her. I'm pregnant again now, 6 years later, and I'm feeling a little bit of what you're feeling. I just think it's hormonal, as this was a planned pregnancy but I still feel like I don't want to be pregnant at the moment. Being pregnant is tough, especially if it's your first. I obviously don't know your specific circ_mstance, but I think it will get better for you as your pregnancy progresses. Good luck!


APRIL - September 14

Thank you for your input. I try to think of the 'good ' things.. but its so hard. I am going thru alot of things in my life. So many changes. I think that with my body changing and not being married makes me feel scared more than anything... I think about the things like, how I will never be alone.. there will always be another person in the house... There will always be this little person that I wil have to take care of and I just feel that I am too young... and wont be able to do it :(



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