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    I found out recently that my late father (passed away 8 years ago of suicide) had affairs during his 20 year marriage... And mum apparently had no issue with it (or so she says).

    I still don't know what to think??

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    I have the most beautiful baby boy, and the greatest DF in the world and wouldn't give them up for the world, but I'm sick of people looking at us and assuming I got 'knocked up', we're careless with birth control etc bc I'm 19 and he's 22. The government doesn't support us, he works 2 jobs and DS was 100% planned.

    Is it not possible nowadays to want a family young? Why does there have to be such a stigma around young parents

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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    I have the most beautiful baby boy, and the greatest DF in the world and wouldn't give them up for the world, but I'm sick of people looking at us and assuming I got 'knocked up', we're careless with birth control etc bc I'm 19 and he's 22. The government doesn't support us, he works 2 jobs and DS was 100% planned.

    Is it not possible nowadays to want a family young? Why does there have to be such a stigma around young parents
    Better than getting knocked up by a whoopsie and everyone (except family and super close friends) thinks it's your exs because they were too oblivious to know ex and I broke up when I was in year 12 and I'm about to start my second year of uni. I'd rather the planned bub to a loving partner like you.


    Another skeleton:
    I still have a crush on my year 10 science teacher thanks to a kid in my lectures last year who looked exactly like the teacher and I keep randomly thinking about him. He's also the reason I initially decided to become a teacher, although now I just can't see myself doing anything else as I love teaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by αληθη View Post
    Better than getting knocked up by a whoopsie and everyone (except family and super close friends) thinks it's your exs because they were too oblivious to know ex and I broke up when I was in year 12 and I'm about to start my second year of uni. I'd rather the planned bub to a loving partner like you. .
    I often wish I hadn't of gone about things backwards in regards to meeting a guy getting married house n children but I'm thankfull for my backwards ways. I believe my DS saved my life in many ways
    I was 14 turning 15 when I fell preg with him I was drinking heavily doing drugs and with the wrong crowd. I don't know who his biological father is and chose not to find out my ex belt the crap out of me n told me to get rid of it the other guy (rebound) denied it. Turns out my BFF then started to date the rebound and had her DS with him about 2years later and there's a possibility my DS &her DD could be half siblings

    My first serious relationship was abusive physically sexually emotionally verbally I was 14 this is the ex who could be my sons bio father hence why I chose not to find out and no father on birth cert

    My mother drives me mental shes a narcissist I hate her
    My dad had an affair with my step mum 3 years before I was born an my step sister is actually my half sister I'm the only one who knows aside From my dad n step mum


    My uncle passed away and I'm still to this day the only one who knows his daughter isn't his aside from her mother

    I have many skeletons but just getting that off my chest helped so much

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    I witnessed a crime perpetrated by someone who is well known in Australian society.

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    I dated a guy for two years who's family was involved in the whole Melbourne "underbelly" style gang wars.

    It wasn't my proudest moment. And hence why DD, now 8, has not met her father.
    He wasn't the nicest fellow.

    I actually haven't told anyone except my current DP.

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    2 of my 'uncles' are murderers. One is still in jail serving a very long term. He murdered my step-grandad. I've never met him and hope I never do. The other one is sort of in occasional contact. I remember when I was little he was reversing a car and I was walking behind it, he stopped but I remember him looking out the mirror with this creepy, chilling smile. Like he wanted to keep reversing strait over me. Child's imagination maybe but my mum never likes talking about that incident much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I think she means it more for a "karma" type aspect. Like the universe/god/whatever punishing her for it. Not that the abortion did something to her body which made her baby be born with Down Syndrome.
    Yes, more of a bad karma thing, not that she doesn't love my brother 100% she just feels guilty


 

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