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    hi 38andscared. You have many things to deal with. I wonder if you can sort out what you need and your main priorities are, then start at that. It seems to me that you need to have a secure place to live, a job or access to some income, and to have plans for how and where you want to birth your baby, and where you will be living once baby is here. I think if you give too much concern to your boyfriend and his family issues, you will be just overwhelmed. If the relationship with the boyfriend is able to reach a point where he can support you and you can make a go of it, then that will be great. but in the mean time, you need more help than he can possibly give you. Good luck, marie.

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    It’s completely natural to be scared... as my OBGYN said at my first appointment when I said I was a little anxious, you will have that feeling for the rest of your life, be worried about your child and doing right by them, but with that scared feeling comes the greatest joy and love you will ever know. She was 100% right. That being said having and raising a baby is life changing commitment and if you are unsure about parenting, there are options. For example adoption is an option. Also as far as I know all adoptions are open these days, meaning you can still get updates, reassurance your child is well cared for. Is there a cousellor you can talk to explain options but also support available

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