This is a discussion on how you cope with this? within the Single Parents Support Group forum, part of the MummySG Special Group category; how you all cope with things wen your child (whom you love so much) was sent for adoption. currently i'm ...
how you all cope with things wen your child (whom you love so much) was sent for adoption. currently i'm having this problem. and i'm actualie struggling with this problem.
yeah. im curious too.
r you underaged? or your parent's decision?
come on, tell us...
Why need 2 sent for adoption?? Mayb you just roughly tell us n we can try our best 2 solve your probs...
sowie for the late reply. i du n have ani net at hume.
mayb i shud do a self intro alittle bit.
it didn't deside it at all. it was all my parents. n ofcox my father side. my father's side have no idea about my pregnancy. i was indeed struggling with all the tings dat is going tru my life now. i did talk to my mom at first she said it was okie. n wen i actualie said it again bcox i wanted to recomfirm everyting she denied it.
so again here i am crying while watching my auntie saying "i lurve you so much son"
ps; it was my auntie hu is going to adopt.
Ika, having to go thru this at your age is very tough...
firstly you must tink: at your age, your friends r all studying to get a good future....can you afford to give your son a good home?
secondly, this auntie who is going to adopt, can she give him a good loving family? will she still bring him over to visit? will you be allowed to continue visiting?
thirdly, if you really keep e baby with you, who will take care of baby while you study or work?
if you r very troubled by this, pls seek counselling fm a family centre....
sometimes, loving your baby does not mean keeping him by your side...it may also mean allowing some1 else to give your precious baby the love and attention he deserves....
if you still can see your baby in future, it is not as bad as they take away n totalli never let you contact your baby...
it is best you talk to e auntie who is adopting your boi...will she let him know e truth when he grows up? maybe you can agree on a special name he will call you?
i believe your parents want the best for both you n their grandchild....which grandparent will bear to give their grandchild away? i'm sure they have plans (that's y they give to relative, at least still can keep contact easily)....
maybe you talk to your parents nicely n calmly again...tell them how much you love the baby...and discuss the possibilities of you keeping the baby....
i hope the best for you....remember, always tink in the interest of your baby....what type of environment will you want him to grow up in?
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I am a single mum too. But I was 1 year older than you when I pregnant with my precious son. you can find ways out! There's no such need for adoption. you might have lose your freedom, you might have lose of thing because of your baby. But so long he/she is by your side everything is enough!
being a single parent is definately not easy.
you need alot of time n of cos money to bring up a child.
moreover, given your tender age, n your parents disapproval, its gg to be very tough.
may i ask about the father's whereabouts?
n i agree with stonston.
you shld talk to your family about it.
search for different options.
if adoption is the last resort, at least he is with your auntie, n you know he will be safe n you are able to see him.
i believe what your parents r doing r in the best interest for you n your baby.
i wish you all the best too.
we, as mothers, also understand the pain of being seperated from our babies, but also, we would want the best for them, dont we?
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