How Can I Support My Pregnant Girlfriend? Pregnancy can be an overwhelming experience for women and at times, it can prove to be an emotional challenge for them. Generally, women are more emotional than men are and often fall prey to their rapidly changing emotions, especially in pregnancy. In case [...]
The hopeless situation is all you can see. This is a crisis! When I suspected I was pregnant at eighteen, inwardly I was a mess. I was angry at myself, at God, and my ex-boyfriend. I was in denial desperately wanting to believe my period was late due to the stresses of college. I bargained and pleaded with God. “Please, I can’t be pregnant! I will never have sex again! I will wait until I’m married!” I cried hysterically and finally accepted the situation. I’m pregnant! All I could see was the crisis: I’m pregnant, and there is no way I am telling my parents.
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Abortion: Options to Consider If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and are not ready to be a parent or there are other limiting circumstances, you may be considering an abortion like a lot of people. However, it is important that you are aware all the information beforehand so you [...]
What are the Early Signs of Pregnancy? Pregnancy symptoms differ for every woman. The best way to confirm is to take a home pregnancy test or a blood test, but until you can do that here are some common early signs of pregnancy, which can help you determine whether you [...]
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