Rejected again dating
That meant we needed to choose a responsible method of family planning.
We wanted to ensure the egg and the sperm would never meet, but if they somehow did, that life wouldn’t be aborted by the contraceptive.
That evening, he said, “Jess, I think I’m ready for us to have a baby. ” Only a few times in my life have I been that happy and excited. I told Shaun I didn’t care what we had to do in the future, I wouldn’t be going back on contraception. ” As much as I tried not to stress about it, I was worried that our use of contraception had left Jessica sterile.
.” “And what about the mother who is addicted to drugs? Jessica hesitated for health reasons, so I said I would go to the doctor with her. From there, it seemed as easy as choosing a method. For me, the goal was to make the issue “out of sight, out of mind.” To achieve my educational goals and maintain the integrity of my future family, using birth control was a no-brainer.As good as our intentions were — not to form a family that we couldn’t manage — we were deeply mistaken about our obligations in marriage. ” and “” We stopped the contraception immediately, hoping she would be pregnant soon. I had to force myself to eat well when I didn’t want to eat at all, and I gained weight at an alarming pace.After two years of preventing pregnancy through contraception, I earned my undergraduate degree and landed a decent job. It’s a unique sort of satisfaction that filled her face. I had had two rounds of the shot when, in a social situation, I met the nurse who had administered the shot to me. I guess I would put it this way: personally, I’m pro-life; I would never have or encourage an abortion.Since money problems were a major cause of divorce, I was convinced that the thirty-dollar cost of birth control was better for our marriage than the thousands of dollars it costs to have children — at least until I got my college degree and had a good job.