No-one took me to one side and gave me time, or asked me how I felt. I also had strong feelings for the babys dad, I didn't want his dissaproval and disaproval of my own dad. At the time I didn't realise all this came from the abortion and the situation around it. Then it hit me a tremendous guilt that I had never even grieved my baby lost to the abortion all those yrs ago, all I had done was push it's memory away.
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Trying to be supportive and saying the right things to her but deep down think that they are nowhere near ready (BF is 20), both still live at home, sis was working through an employment agency but has come to end of recent contract and has no work now, bf works. He's now 3 and I've never ever regretted this decision. I'm 21 now and had a medical termination 3 weeks ago.
I had my first at 19 but just seemed so much older than sis somehow, think they are going to have major problems and a HUGE shock! I didn't think I could cope with 2 children but I regret it so much. I can imagine that being pushed into the decision would have made it so much worse. I think that if my dad had reacted badly to my pregnancy at 17 then I would have wanted to please him too.
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I had an abortion To think she is young and she will get over it easily isn't a realistic assumption.
xxx In the same kind of situation with my sister, although she is 18 (just) but kinda young and naive for her age.
She found out she was pregnant just before Xmas and didnt know what she wanted to do, went to the GP and was booked in for an abortion for middle of jan.
If given time, everyone will get used to the idea of your sister having a baby and the baby will be welcomed with love and open arms by all your family.
If she goes ahead with a termination because she feels that is what her dad wants then your mum and dad risks losing their emotionally healthy daughter, you risk losing your emotionally healthy sister.
At the same time if she does cope with it then she can carry on her life and school etc as 'normal'? She has a counselling session on wednesday but think this is the first stage of the abortion process? It does sound the first steps toward termination yes, they have to do a scan to determine how far along she is because if shes past 12 weeks they do the termination a different way They make sure the screen is turned away from her and she will not see anything.