Could she be pregnant?
You do not have to feel alone. And, just as importantly, she doesn’t have to be alone. You can be a part of the team to help each other get through this situation. Work together and be there for her emotionally and physically. We’ve put some tips together for you that could be helpful.
Here’s what you can do.
- Be there for her to have someone to talk with. Don’t close off emotionally and make sure she knows that you’ll be there to listen to her. Don’t forget, you’re involved in this situation as well.
- Be there for her and offer to help her talk with the other important people in her life about this situation. Keeping secrets from friends and family members can add to her stress and even strain the relationship between the both of you.
- Speak with people you know and trust. Learn from people who have been through similar situations. Learn how to help her deal with her worries and fears. But, also learn how to deal with your own worries and fears as well. It will mean a lot to her that you are making an effort for her and you’ll feel better once you are educated on the situation.
Here’s what you shouldn’t do.
Don’t avoid the situation or try to run away from your responsibilities. It will breed insecurity in her and resentment in you. And, don’t forget, there’s a 3rd person involved now as well.
Pressuring her to do what you want isn’t the right way to handle things. Work together as a team!
Don’t cut off communications with her. It can be difficult to want to communicate but you should express your feelings and thoughts whenever she’s open to them.