I'm pregnant, my life is over!

Getting pregnant was a mistake. Normally I'm so responsible I use protection I was on birth control but then a series of events happened. The birth control interfered with my seizure medications and I got super drunk on the 4th of July and let's just say the fireworks weren't the only thing making a boom that night. I graduated college I have a job and I'm engaged but I feel like I'm not going to make a good parent.
H*** I still live with my parents!
And no I'm not like one of those people who don't pay bills. I definitely pay bills (mortgage/rent) and make the financial load easier on them whenever my mom stops being so secretive about s***.
I have nephews and I can't f****** stand them. Before I used to love having them around but lately (maybe it's the hormones) I can careless for being around kids horse playing and breaking s*** that I worked so hard to buy. I love them but they can take their a**** back home the second they walk through the door.
Morning sickness really killed the joy of bringing a new life in the world. I hope I don't feel this way forever but right now being pregnant looks a lot like the beginning of the end. No more hopes and dreams just s***** diapers and sleep deprivation.

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  • Have you considered terminating the pregnancy? If you're vehemently opposed to parenthood, you don't HAVE to go down this path.

    Regardless of the social stigma that's attached to it, abortion is nothing to be ashamed of. Listen, if you really don't want to be a mother, consider terminating the pregnancy for now, and you're welcome to have a baby when you actually feel ready.

    Don't bring a baby into this world if you're not ready and you genuinely don't want it. If you're very young and you don't feel ready, make an appointment with the doctor, you don't even have to tell anybody.

    Your life doesn't have to be over, make the choice. Do you want a baby or do you want to postpone motherhood for when you're ready?

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  • I was in a similar situation when I fell pregnant. I assure you from experience that you will feel different about your own baby. Other ppls kids still p*** me off and my son is 10 now. Things will all change once you have your baby

  • Give the baby up for adoption if you don't want it.

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