pregnant and dumped

Hannah - posted on 07/06/2016 ( 1 mom has responded )




I am 23 years old and am already the Mother of 3 beautiful children, I am also a survivor of dv. 15 months ago I began to date my old high school crush and fell madly in love, I thought I had finally met my Mr right after all the pain I've bein through. A couple months ago he rejoined the full time army and was posted to another state a month ago, before he left we got the shock surprise of finding out I was pregnant, I'm a bit of a what's done is done let's move forward kind of person and after suffering miscarriages years ago I knew I could never take the road of abortion so we accepted the pregnancy. But things took a turn when he reached Darwin , he swore aggressively at me after deliberately starting arguments, he started calling me names like bitch and became condescending, he became argumentative and unkind, but for the past week he seemed to have pulled himself in line until this morning when he dumped me out of know where. I know it sounds cliche but he is the love of my life and I'm so utterly devastated. I am alone, pregnant, scared, heart broken and in 6 months time I will become a single mother of 4. his parents are furious and ashamed of him, he is close to his mother and had told her before he left that he wants to marry me and that he planned to save for a ring while he was away, she was over the moon about me becoming her daughter in law. Know one saw it coming. I am so devastated and I don't know how to deal with all this grief and pain, I can't eat, I can't sleep and I am emotionally destroyed. My kids adored him and now I don't even know how to explain to them that I'm having a baby alone and that I'm no longer with the man that they loved and adored. I'm In shock and grief and I just don't know what to do. P.s I was on contraception when I fell pregnant.


Nadine - posted on 07/06/2016




If he has decided not to be i a relationship with you, there is really nothing you can do about it. I would advise you to go to court to get support and visitation set up as soon as the baby is born. Other than that, well, it just sucks. I am sorry you are having such a hard time, especially while pregnant.

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