Have you ever had to make a difficult decision in life?
When I got pregnant, I was in my senior year in uni - a Catholic one, at that - so my choices were: get married and finish senior year or leave. I left.
Now, I know that the "Catholic thing" to do would have been to get married, but the thought of getting forced into marriage just to finish my studies was so... not romantic. Plus, the vain part of me didn't want to get married with a huge belly. :p
In all seriousness, though, I do not regret my decision. I am hopelessly in love with my daughter and I have a great job - one that allows me to spend as much time with Syrena as I want and one that has a lot of perks.
Although I do have to deal with relatives on my side and the baby daddy's side when it comes to the "why aren't you married" and "why didn't you finish uni" questions, I don't regret a single thing. Judge if you want to judge. What matters is that I'm happy and that I can provide for my family and be there for them as much as possible. Isn't that what's more important?
Have you ever had a difficult decision to make? Well, Sophie does in the book "Sophie's Turn", so if you want to win a copy of the e-book and find out how she deals with it, click here. Hurry - today's the last day to join!