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Is it werid that I want to be a single mother?

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Answer #1 | 05/01 2014 13:08
It's selfish Why would you deprive a child of two parents Unless you can offer everything a couple can offer a child ,forget it Single mothers' suffer huge lonliness, ad isolation, along with poverty in many cases Surely that is not your dream uk
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Answer #2 | 05/01 2014 13:06
No.
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Answer #3 | 05/01 2014 13:20
I dont know how old areyou but if you are in the middle 20´s, you could regret decision as you have big possibilities to meet someone and make family. But really, who are others to judge? You will deliver beautiful child who will love you and who will be your center of the world. There is nothing wrong nor selfish in wishing to be a mother. Before you make this decision, think and dont go into that fast. And never listen people who will judge you, life is one and you should be surrounded with people who makes you happy and support you in your decisions. Happy New Year and I hope that you will make this decision just by yourself, not by listeng other people. :)
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Answer #4 | 05/01 2014 13:11
The "young" part is potentially problematic. It'd be a really bad idea if you decided to carry out your plan before making sure that you can afford to take care of a baby and yourself, and have a really strong support network in place to help you with stuff like childcare if you need it. And by the time you get all that taken care of, you may have met a guy or decided you really don't want to do it all on your own. So it's probably for the best that you wait.
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Answer #5 | 05/01 2014 13:23
Presumably you cannot afford single parenthood. Are you sure you could cope alone? So, yes, it is selfish
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Answer #6 | 05/01 2014 13:12
It depends how strongly you feel. If you really feel that way you should go for it. But please make sure that 1. you can provide a stable home for the child 2. you have a decent income to support the child 3. the father must know what your hoping to do Personally I would advise you to wait for someone you have a genuine connection with even if it isn't 'the one' 'true love' or whatever. After all how would you feel growing up not knowing who your dad is and knowing that you gave him permission to just walk away and think no more about it. Think in the long run how the dad will feel. He may want to get back in contact with this child and visa versa for the child.
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Answer #7 | 05/01 2014 13:21
It isn't weird, but you should think of the child. Every child wants a mother and father. It is a big responsibility and it takes a lot of money and care. Also think of yourself you will never be free again to do anything. If I were you I would stay the way I am.
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