“When I found out I was pregnant, I was in my first semester as a freshman in college. I was extremely nerve-wracked and at a loss for words. I was angry at my situation. I was angry at myself because I came from a strict home and I knew my mother would not be happy with the news that I had to tell her. So I was very, very scared about the situation.  I didn’t think that I would be able to make it, but I actually did. Even through my pregnancy I maintained my GPA. I even got a 3.7 GPA my 3rd trimester. My professors understood my situation and they were very understanding. I did my homework. I still went to school. I didn’t just dropout. The only days I would miss class were the days that I had a doctor’s appointment. Other than that I made school my top priority and it has really shown.” – Carol

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So…I’m pregnant. I’m 21, single, a senior in college, and yes, I’m that girl. It happened on my 21st birthday. Most people get to enjoy a few too many drinks, and possibly a bad headache the next day for their 21st birthday. My experience was a little different. I was that girl that got way too drunk, that girl that was insecure, that girl that had a random hookup, that girl that couldn’t say no, that girl that got pregnant.

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