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06-04-2013 14:14 #11
06-04-2013 14:18 #12
I think that tricking your partner into another child is most likely going to end in divorce/break up
06-04-2013 14:28 #13
An ex of mine tried to trap me, even if I fell pregnant to him (which ohmygosh so glad I didn't) I would have left him anyway he was a horrible person.
I keep getting accused that I fell pregnant on purpose to trap FOB but... I'm the one who didn't want to stay and he didn't want to either it was just pure accident.
A 'friend' of mine in year 11 and 12 was horrible to her partner and every time he tried to leave she'd tell him she was pregnant but she always seemed to miscarry. I think that's horrible and trapping as well.
Anyways what I'm trying to say it no, no I would not try to 'trap' anyone or force them to impregnate me and I think it's a really poor move on anyone's part to try it. It will never end well (well your relationship wont).
06-04-2013 14:36 #14
Would i ever do it? No.
Its a bit psycho
06-04-2013 14:51 #15
No way. Its an awful thing to do and really shows the persons true nature.
06-04-2013 14:54 #16
I don't think deceit/manipulation have a place in any marriage/partnership.
06-04-2013 15:06 #17
It's so wrong. And the ramifications of it.. Whoa.
Some people would say, he should put a rubber on and be responsible.. I've heard many conversations to this effect. But contraception is sometimes manipulated.
If I were in his position I would find that unforgivable. It's just disgraceful.
06-04-2013 15:08 #18
I agree with everyone else. If they do want more and are trying tl do the right thing, it's absolutely wrong to go against their wishes and try to fall pregnant.
06-04-2013 15:09 #19
I think though Bunny Lover there's a big difference between a couple in a relationship or one night stand where he just refuses to wear a condom then says she trapped him. When the reality is, she didn't and he knew she wasn't on the pill.
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06-04-2013 15:11 #20
I have seen this happen so many times and it is horribly unfair. I have even encountered a person who used fertility drugs for not one but two 'unplanned' pregnancies. It is not a good environment to bring children into and frankly I can only see it ending in disaster every time. To me it makes a mockery of couples like myself & my husband who have struggled with infertility and multiple miscarriages. Our daughter is 100% wanted and planned yet she took years of heartache to get. The words cold & selfish come to mind.
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