It was a very dark time in my life.
I was having trouble making friends, feeling very depressed and hopeless, feeling like I was in an old movie with no ending.
It was very dark and depressing.
I felt like I had to take a drastic step.
It felt like it was the only thing I could do.
I didn’t want to do anything else.
So, I called my mom and told her about my situation.
She called me and said, ‘You have to have a baby,’ and I said, [I] have to get a prescription for birth control pills.
Then she said, you have to call me again, I’ll see if I can get you something from Walmart.
She just left me with the prescription and I called back.
That was the last time I saw her.
I went to the pharmacy to get the pills, and I was given the same package as the first time, and she gave me a different prescription for me.
I think she was just trying to save me from feeling like this was going to be a struggle for me and my mother.
She was just giving me a good, good reason.
And I was like, ‘That’s okay.
So, my mom called my dad and said that it was okay, and he called my aunt and my uncle, and they all agreed that I should get a birth control pill.
So I got a birth date.
I had a birth in December, so it was pretty much the perfect time to have it.
It just so happened that my doctor at the time was also going through this crisis.
He came to me and was like [I’m] so sorry for my mistake, and it was just like, I’m really sorry for you.
I said [I have] a good doctor.
I asked for my birth date and I got the birth date in my passport.
And then I got an appointment to have the birth.
And it was my first time with birth control, so I was really excited.
I really wanted to get pregnant.
I wanted to have kids.
But I was scared, and then I saw that the birth was scheduled for January and it didn’t go as planned.
I called a lot of people in the hospital and I didn the birth control.
I got pregnant in January.
And that was really weird because my first pregnancy ended up not being as healthy as I wanted it to be.
I just had to deal with it.
But then the next pregnancy went even better.
It wasn’t as bad, but it wasn’t exactly the way I wanted.
I remember I was still on the birth management pill, and the next one was going great, and so I didn