@frencha I personally have bought toy guns and soldiers and stuff for my three sons and nerf guns and bow and arrows for my daughter. It's playing, if they aren't raised to be able to differentiate between play and real life then you have bigger issues than a plastic gun
You have the answer to your question. FIrst do a self analysis 1) How long have you known this boy friend? 2) How old are you and how old is he ? 3) IS it a strong relationship or a just a physical attraction.
IF your relationship is pretty strong then and you both understand each other well, then you need to ask him the questions straight forward. Is he ready for a commitment moresoever a baby. Be frank,,,,because raising a baby is no childs play.
Secondly are you ready for a baby ?
Thirdly if he is scared then he is not concerned about you. Because it is hapening to you. ASk him forthright It would be a true test of your relationship.
First, what is your decision about your pregnancy? Are you ready to become a mother? Contact a Planned Parenthood and discuss all of your options (including prenatal care.) Have a friend or family member go with you.
Regardless of your bfs feelings--and Id say hes scard of what has happened--if he is the father of your child, and a paternity test proves this, he at the least is financially obligated to assist your baby. Ill be honest in saying that there are guys (not all) who attempt to do a disappearing act when they find out that they have fathered a child. Even if the relationship is over, he will still be legally responsible if you have his child.
Focus on you and you pregnancy--you need to stay as healthy as possible if you decide to have this child.
I disagree at all. I got to chat with Indian people, they have a very open, positive vision, not at all marked by suicide .. which is more common in companies such as Japanese and Korean but also in the Baltic countries, as well as in all or almost all countries