I'm Pregnant - My Boyfriend Ditched

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
well i am 6 1/2 months pregnant my boyfriend of 2 1/2 years told me today that he is leaving me and he only wants the relationship to work for the baby. he told me that we did not work out when the whole time we were together it was always about other girls. He said he is single and ready to mingle. i love him so much i am trying not to stress but i don't want to let him go.the hardest part is when he callls to check on me and i know he is with someone else. at this point i just don't want him to call and check on my prenancy because this is to much.

My question is how do i get over him and how am i suppose to communicate with him now that it is over?

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I'm sure that the baby needs a mom who is HAPPY not one who is being stressed out by an absentee father who wants to harass the mom while sleeping around with other women!! I would cut out contact with him if he is being a jerk about things, and surround yourself with family and friends who love you. Being a mom is tough, but there are tons of single moms out there who raise quite happy kids. Many kids would much rather have their happy mom vs having an unhappy mom and a bad father in the house. So focus on yourself and your child, and someday I'm sure this absent guy is going to realize how much he has lost in his pursuit of being a playboy.

-- from Lisa
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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