Ok, so my co-worker's daughter is pregnant at age 15. This isn't her talking right now though. Here she is to tell her story.
Hey there! My name is Eliza and I'm 15 and pregnant. I really didn't mean for this to happen to me. I made a stupid decision to have sex this early. My boyfriend and I had sex with a condom, but it broke and we never realized it until the next day, after we fell asleep. I went to my doctor and I'm 2 months along, and due August 14th. Trust me, I've always got straight-As and I'm one of the best students in my high school (according to my principal). I always make the right decision, but this time I didn't. I've realized my life will change drastically, and I hope people will accept me for who I am, not my virginity.
I really want to get some help and get some confidence in myself. I've also decided to keep my baby. I hope to post more.
Ok, we will be posting more. When you comment, can you give her some advice and let her know you believe in her? It would be appreciated a lot.View Thread
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