I feel so alone.

Carina - posted on 12/18/2014 ( 2 moms have responded )

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Well to start off I'm only 17 years of age and recently (about two months ago) I found out I was pregnant. I know, I know, I'm super young and should of known better type of deal. Anyways, I found out I was pregnant and I havent told anybod, I've been wanting to tell my mom but her and my dad are extremely strict parents and wouldn't approve. I was scared of the outcome and what they'd do. Wel now, I'm more then positive im going through or having a miscarriage and I feel super weak and basically like crap. I Want to tell my mom at least but scared she'll react the same way to my miscarriage as she would of to my pregnancy. Any advice? I'm just scared to tell her of what might happen. I just wish I had someone especially someone like my mom at a time like this because I need her more then anything for moral support and love, I've been practically alone on this and have no other way to turn.

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Sammie - posted on 12/19/2014

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If you really need your mom spend a day with her. I was 23 when I found out I was pregnant. My VERY overprotective Dad and me had lunch for his early birthday. I made sure it was only me and him, and I told him. I let him know exactly how I felt about everything, especially how I felt hed really be about the situation and how scared I was for even being there to tell someone. But now my Dad spoils the crap outta my daughter. Sometimes things change people. With everything your going threw I would want atleast someone I could talk to. Wish you the best of luck!

Meni - posted on 12/18/2014

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I know I understand, maybe if you're having a misscarage it's better to go through it on your own especially if you're mother is so stricked. Don't you have a close friend or someone else that can help you through this tough time? Make sure you go on birth control after everything is over. A child will change your life for ever and yes you are defiantly way to young to have a child at the moment. But it's your life you make your own choies.

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