19 Feb There is always a solution!
When I was 22 years old, I was expecting my second child, I worked in a shop and lived with the child’s father, who was a drug addict. We fell into debt, loans were taken on my name because my partner had a bad credit history and was ineligible for any loans. Finally, when I was 4 months pregnant, he was sent to prison. I returned to live with my parents – it was too hard to rent an apartment on my own. I was broken. Everyone around me judged me because my pregnancy was untimely and from an “inferior” life partner. My parents supported me since I am their daughter, so somehow I pulled through. Of course, it was sad and painful that things didn’t turn out like I had dreamed. I went to the Crisis Pregnancy Center, which provided emotional support, as well as clothes, diapers, and a layette. I am very grateful to them. I could never have coped this well on my own.