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15 and pregnant...need help...please?

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Answer #1 | 30/12 2013 00:16
Talk to someone please. A family member or friend? You should tell your parents, if they found out another way besides you telling them things may be worse. Everything is up to you in what to do with the baby, its YOUR child and choice. Best of luck to you! Xoxo
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Answer #2 | 30/12 2013 00:28
You should have kept your legs closed.
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Answer #3 | 30/12 2013 01:40
I applaud you for choosing not to abort. Though it's scary now, you'll come to find that a child is truly a gift. I too would say to tell your mom, or someone who you know loves you, like another family member. If you know for certain your mother would not let you keep the child, then you need to go to someone who will support your choice to see that you and your child will be taken care of. Fortunately there are people you can tell, even if you don't have relatives or other adults like that. For example, you can tell your school counselor who is likely trained to help you find the resources you need. Another source of help is an organization you might have in your town or nearby called Catholic Charities. Look in the phone book, or google them and your city name. Alternatively you can call a nearby Catholic Church that might be able to direct you to one or help you themselves. Don't worry about them trying to push religion on you if you don't want. Their concern is for the baby being born healthily. It's one of their missions. As soon as you can, go to a doctor or hospital and notify them of your pregnancy. They should point you to some extra support as well. Be clear that you want to keep your child ( and when I say "keep" I don't mean that you might not want to look into adoption if you feel that's best, I just mean not aborting). Again, I applaud you for not wanting to abort. Again, life is a gift, one you can give to your child, and the child itself is a gift as well-- not just to you or any adoptive parents, but to the world. And you're in a position to nurture this gift and help it on its journey, if that is what God wills. He won't burden you with what you can't handle. Hang in there and take good care of yourself. Don't forget: All will be well in the end. If it's not well, it's not the end. Thanks, and congratulations! Peace be with you. Sincerely, Derrick ( if you need to email me for anything, follow up questions or whatever, just click on my name above this answer and there should be a link to do so through here, otherwise it is [email protected] . Also, another site you may find helpful like yahoo answers, but also with a free phone number to talk to a trained counselor anytime, email, or chat (at certain hours) is www.yourlifeyourvoice.org . Thanks again!)
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