How To Take Control of an Unwanted Pregnancy: Value Life, Network, Resources, & Safety

Do you have an unwanted pregnancy? The first thing you need to do is take control of your situation in a kind, thoughtful, and careful way. You’ll need to examine all of your choices and become fully knowledgeable about all the facts relating to those choices. Make up your mind that you are not going to panic when you hear the terms fetal development and adoption. Make up your mind that you are not going to be ignorant about abortion and a baby growing in your womb. Make up your mind that you will hope for good results for both you and your baby. Make up your mind that you are going to take control of your pregnancy in the best possible way that values your life and the person growing in your womb.

Second, make the decision that you will connect with confidential supportive people who will help you. Be willing to get an ultrasound as soon as possible. If you told your boyfriend or a friend or a family member who does not support your pregnancy, you are significantly limiting yourself. If you called an abortion clinic, they will limit you even more and hide the baby’s heartbeat. They will direct you toward ending the life of an innocent child and collect money for the procedure. They will focus on abortion and avoid talking to you about consequences. One way you can take significant control of your situation is by making the decision to network with kind and helpful people who will walk you through your pregnancy and help provide good answers to your situation. Take control by making the decision to connect yourself with people who really hope the very best for you. Millions of people can help you find life giving solutions to your current situation.

Third, you will need to take control by actually talking to kind and resourceful people. A pro-life pregnancy center will give you confidential support and resources that you need. With over 2,500 pregnancy centers in the USA, you can take control of your situation by making a good connection where you can feel safe and secure when talking about your situation. Call 800-712-HELP (4357) for kind and helpful information or for an online chat 24/7 go to OptionLine.org, operated by Heartbeat International. For additional caring confidential support, call the Pregnancy Decision Line at 877-791-5475. They can help you manage any negative situation you might be in. If one pregnancy center is not helping you, find another pro-life pregnancy center where someone there can help you with maternity homes, financial aid, health insurance, other provisions for mothers and babies, and even child care. You need to make it a priority to find a good OB-GYN who can give you the best possible care. They should help you with nutrition, prenatal care, a safe delivery, and other provisions. Abortion clinics do not care about the details of your situation. They do not offer resources for you to network. They do not help you find good answers to your situation. Your unwanted pregnancy might seem like a problem to you right now, but it does not have to be that way at all. To find a pro-life pregnancy center where they are more than happy to help you without giving you any condemnation, enter your zip code at websites such as 1.) Care Net https://resources.care-net.org/find-a-pregnancy-center/#lp-pom-block-120 2.) Pro-Life OB-GYNs https://aaplog.org/pro-life-directory/ 3.) Option Line https://optionline.org/center-locator/ 4.) Heartbeat International https://www.heartbeatinternational.org/worldwide-directory

They are more than happy to help improve your situation.

Fourth, make sure you find a positive environment where you can find real help and safety for your situation. Make an effort to place yourself where your life is valued for the duration of the pregnancy and after delivery. Make an effort to value your pregnancy whether you decide to parent your baby or put your baby up for adoption. Most of all, place a greater value on people who care about safely delivering a living baby and with people who care about your safety and well being.