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Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. Get Started. Cherish's story At sixteen I found out that my life would forever be changed, I had been dating my boyfriend for about a year when we found out that I was pregnant. We actually knew already. But the news was told to me when I went in to get an abortion, yes an abortion. I was about 10 weeks and just knew that my mom would kill me if she found out that I was pregnant. So the day of the abortion I went to the clinic had my blood drawn and then was placed in this little white cold room.
In honor of this occasion, the Candie's Foundation is launching a campaign with actress Bella Thorne , educating teens about the potential consequences of teen pregnancy. One of the young mothers spotlighted in the foundation is Kirstin Fitzgerald, a year-old who had her son just after her 18th birthday. Kirstin shared her story with Teen Vogue below, as told to Phillip Picardi. I guess you could say I was popular in high school—it was fun because I fit in. I was a cheerleader and I did color guard. I was very outgoing, not shy at all.
Lily was perplexed to open her issue to her parents. She was 16 and her pregnancy test turned to be positive. She knew that she disappointed her parents and they are going to be mad at her if they get to know the news. They will never accept her or love her anymore. Lily first broke the news to her mom. Her mother was shocked. They brought up their children teaching them Christian values.
Kelly is willingly giving us permission to share her story so that others can realize there is hope in the midst of a difficult situation. The stories that are shared come from the real-life experiences that our clients, staff and volunteers had during their unplanned pregnancy. The green shag carpet reflected the time period — it is a cold February day in Sitting in plastic covered upright chairs, I anxiously scanned the room. I was surprised that there were so many of us. Upon hearing her name, the young girl sitting close to me stood up and walked stiffly into a corridor following the young nurse. We coughed, we squirmed, but mostly we sat quietly, staring at nothing.