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  • Anonymous left a Comment

    If you haven't already done so, discuss these feelings with your doctor. If you have a support system already in place for dealing with BPD, reach out for advice and assistance there in addition to family and friends. You don't mention how far along the pregnancy is or if you've decided to keep the baby afterwards. I would suggest that if you do decide to keep the baby, make sure that the father is held responsible for child support, regardless of his personal feelings on accepting that responsibility. Your child ultimately will be the beneficiary of that. Take care of yourself.

  • Anonymous left a Comment

    If you haven't already done so, discuss these feelings with your doctor. If you have a support system already in place for dealing with BPD, reach out for advice and assistance there in addition to family and friends. You don't mention how far along the pregnancy is or if you've decided to keep the baby afterwards. I would suggest that if you do decide to keep the baby, make sure that the father is held responsible for child support, regardless of his personal feelings on accepting that responsibility. Your child ultimately will be the beneficiary of that. Take care of yourself.

  • Anonymous left a Comment

    That sucks. The father should be very understanding, especially right now when you're carrying his baby. <3

    • Anonymous replied

      He should. I think his anger came out of fear, I'm trying to be rational about it all. It's difficult. I'm only 20 and he's only 22, we're both scared