Well, you might as well get it over with. If you think you're mature enough to get pregnant, then you're mature enough to look them in the eyes and tell them. Your concerns should not be how much trouble you can be in, or if you think you let your parents down. Your concern should be with that new life your making. You will need prenatal care, tell them and then take of that baby!
Sit them down, and just tell them, it is easier then telling them a lie, and also, it depends too, if you are over 18 with a job/or in college. If you have a job and know you can support the kid, don't worry, but if your under the age of 18, they might not take it so lightly, but better then they will react if your in the hospital having a kid, and they didn't know.
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Look, they will love you no matter what. This may not be something you want to hear. I had to tell my parents when I was 15 and I am a father now. I have three girls. You wanted to do adult things now you have to handle it like an adult. There is no easy way, just tell them. The longer you wait, the worse it will be. They will be disappointed, but THEY WILL STILL LOVE YOU. THEY WILL LOVE THERE GRAND CHILD ALSO. Good luck, and just remember you are responsible for two lives now. My oldest is 16 now. I know you are scared, but it won't be as bad as you are thinking. If you wait for the perfect moment, you'll never tell them.
I'm 19 years old and 20 weeks pregnant. I was terrified to tell my family but honestly after it was said and done i felt like 100 pounds had been lifted from my shoulders. Yes they were disappointed at first but no they didn't yell. Yelling will not change the fact of being pregnant. My family has come around to the thought of it and now their thrilled. Yes it'll be scary but you'll feel better once its off your chest. It's better to tell them in person and the sooner the better.
awe sweetie i would be honest with them and tell them the truth and then when u tell them maybe having your boyfriend there to support you or talking to him before you tell your parents will relax you in this kind of situation and come with a plan of how you and your boyfriend are gonna take care of this the best thing well a relief for any parent to hear is the guy stepping up and being the father .
There going to find out sooner or later... If your tough enough to have a baby than your willing to eat there reaction for the baby's breakfast... They'll deal with it eventually so quite worrying and get to it first thing smokin....
Be an adult and be honest, when you do, try to have a plan to care for the baby. Like how you will raise the baby, feed, job etc. Its an adult thing, be an adult about it. Good Luck and my heart goes out to you
They're going to find out sooner than later. Just sit down with both of them and tell them straight up. No beating around the bush or hesitating. I understand it will be tough, but they need to find out from you.
You'll just have to say the words. No reason trying to mince words or sugarcoat the truth ...it is what it is. You want to play adult games then start acting like an adult. Part of being an adult is taking responsibility And paying consequences for your actions.
Just say " Mom I screwed up. Im not your perfect girl no more. Im pregnant. Im so so sorry I love you. Please dont be mad at me." If they like they guy they sould not be that mad. But if they hate him they would be mad