Tufino When I was sixteen years old I became pregnant with my first child and I felt like my whole world was ending in a matter of a second. I felt alone and scared because I didn’t know how I was going to tell my parents that I was pregnant. I remember pretending to act like everything was ok but my father was noticing my changes. He would ask me why I was so tired all the time and why I was always sleeping so much. I would always say I was just overwhelmed with school work.
A memorable experience I've had in my life was being pregnant and giving birth to my daughters. Being pregnant and giving birth to my daughter was one of the hardest things situation in my life. I had just turned eighteen when i first found out i was pregnant. I was very terrifyed just knowing the fact that my baby's father was incarserated and i was a dropout of school. so many things ran thru my head if i should keep the baby or have a abortion but i knew deep down inside my family don't agree in abortions , so it was even a harder situation.
Kayla was 16 years old when she found out she was pregnant. She had been having unprotected sex with her boyfriend for quite awhile and she never really thought she would get pregnant. She was in a twisted situation, her mind was going crazy.Her boyfriend as well as her mom,wanted her to have the baby. Everyone else in her family felt an abortion would be best for her. At the time Kayla was living with her father, so no matter what, he had the last word.
I received a text that changed my life forever; my best friend since middle school just told me she might be pregnant! My first thought was how she could be so stupid then panic set in what in the world was she going to do, however the main thought was she was not the mother type. My friend was like a tombstone, she could be cold, ruff, and hardheaded. She never really took the best care of herself either if it require physical, mental, emotional work then it was not for her. The weeks seemed to blur together waiting for her doctor’s appointment to confirm my worst fear.
But as you have been awaiting your period, now two weeks overdue, you have become sullen and agitated with worry. Two more weeks go by and you buy a home pregnancy test. You perform the test only to find out what you already know. It doesn’t really matter how you got pregnant—the condom tore, your boyfriend lied about pulling out, you forgot to take your birth control pills—it just matters that you are and you don’t want to be. To complicate matters, let’s say that you are from a strict Catholic family with very devout parents, and you cannot possibly bring yourself to talk to them about it.
This is definitely a conflict for her. On august 6th, when Alice was only 15 years of age, she got high and lost her virginity to Bill (a boy she had only recently met). All she could talk about for a very long time was "what if I'm pregnant?" "I certainly couldn't stand it if I had to leave school like ______ had to last year. The kids talked about it for weeks after".
Though opposers of these shows believe that tv glamorizes teen pregnancy, the show is far from that (Newswire 1). I recently viewed an episode of Leah and Jeremy on Teen Mom 2, and I still remember the scene where Leah had to take her baby girl named Addie to meet her dad so he could have time with his daughter. They had broken up when Leah found out that she was pregnant. Preparing for a baby was stressful for them both and Jeremy was afraid he would not be able to help support her and balance their relationship at the same time. It was difficult for Addie to understand why her mother was always upset.
They have to decide on either to have the baby or have an abortion. Fran does not want to have that on her conscience so her decision is to keep the baby. Will 's parents will kill him if they find out he is a father at the age of 17. Will keep persisted and trying to persuade Fran that it is a bad idea because they are so young and can't raise a baby the way she would like to. It took two and a half months, but Will's persistence paid off.
The first issue was when Ira was first married and she was also having trouble getting pregnant. But unlike her mother's situation her husband returned her to her family. When Ira is returned to Rukmani she frantically brings Ira to Kenny for a treatment. When Ira becomes fertile it is to late however, her husband had already moved on and married another woman. This drives Ira into a serious depression that only the birth of Rukmani's last child Kuti brings her out of.
We do not know the situation that this upcoming mother is in. If she can afford to have this child, if this is the unborn child of a man that had raped her, or if the unborn is going to born with a disability and it would be best to abort than to have them suffer their entire life. In the novel Play It as It Lays by Joan Didion, our main character Maria has gotten pregnant and gets an abortion that her husband forces her to get. She receives an abortion done illegally that causes her to bleed constantly weeks later, and like other women who have gotten an abortion, she goes through various emotions afterwards. When women find out they are pregnant they will have one of these emotions: excitement on being pregnant and starting a family and then there is the “oh no” feeling.