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Hello everyone. I am having an extreamly difficult time with my pregnancy. About a month and a half into my pregnancy my b/f stayed the night with my best friend. So of course I broke up with him. As a result I had to move back home with my parents. I had to quit my job because I was to sick to work. I am on the verge of an emotional break down I think. Although I didnt want children till I was older (im 19) and married I am excited about the baby. I think the baby is the only reason I get out of bed everyday. I really ont know what to do at this point. I loose anything I do. And of course I dont have money for my car payment or anything because I dont have a job. What do I do?

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Are you able to get financial help from an agency that helps single women?Will your former b/f be helping with the baby at all?Some social agencies also help mom's get financial help from the fathers,but you'd have to ask the local office in your area.

Sounds like you may be suffuring from some depression as well.That isn't good for the baby.It's very important for a mom-to-be to take care of herself in everyway.I encourage you to see your doctor and get a referal to a counsellor.This can be very helpfull.

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It sounds like you are very discouraged right now. The first thing I would suggest is to talk to your doctor (ob/gyn). S/he should have many resources that can help you. There are probably many organizations and groups in your area that can offer you support, emotionally and materially and maybe even financially. WIC is a good resource for moms as well. So be sure you get in touch with your local WIC office.

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