I am 18 years old. I found out that i was preg. I was in my last year of High School. I have a 23 year old boyfriend, we are planning to get married even before i found out. I was so scared and worried how my friends and family would react. I hadn't told anyone, sept my boyfriend. Its not like we were trying. But it happened. He told me that no mattered what happened he would be there. He was. I was so sick for days and days. One day i new something was wrong, i wasn't that far alone but i just felt funny. I went to the bathroom and I had gotten my period. and from then i out i did. i lost it! At the time i was ok. i guess i just brushed it off and moved on. I figured it wasnt the right time and it must not have been in my plan with God! But i guess its hitting me now. When one of our good friends found out her and her husband were preg. with there 2nd one. We were the first ones they told. Dont get me wrong i am so happy for them. But she wanted to go shopping and look for things and i just broke down just thinking about what ours would have been like. How it would have changed our lives. I LOVE kids! I was scared but happy when i found out i was! But i just need some support now! I hope i dont sound selfish.its been 3 months is it normal to still feel like this. Please help
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