(Closed) Worst pregnancy encounter

posted 4 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 2
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3382 posts
Sugar bee

What a bunch of miserable bitches! I’m so sorry that happened to you. You had every right to yell when she touched you. That is a complete and utter violation, regardless if you were pregnant or not. 

Post # 4
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Sugar bee

Just keep in mind that they must be pretty miserable with their own lives to be acting that way.

Post # 5
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

BridalMonkey2014:  hey, something like that happened to me when I was 6 months pregnant – a drunk woman on the subway accosted me and started yelling at me, telling me I was a spoilt pregnant woman, that daddy probably bought me a house and a car so that I could have a baby, that I probably didn’t know what life’s hardships are like etc etc.. I dont remember half of it cos I was shaking so much. I was scared she would punch me in the stomach or something. I texted Darling Husband to come meet me on the platform and burst into tears when I saw him. I think this woman must have been very miserable and jelaous and a bit mad. 

Post # 7
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Bumble bee

“She was being really loud, talking to her friend about how she’s getting old, her looks are fading and how Mother’s Day is really hard on her because her mom is dead.”

Sounds to me like she was miserable because she misses her mum so she drank to excess, then she saw you and was envious of your pregnancy because she believes she is “over the hill”… I’m not excusing her behaviour because she certainly should not have made you feel that way, I just thought maybe if you considered that she was actually really hurting inside it might help you get over your feelings of being attacked. 

I also know that I’m far more defensive and emotional now I’m pregnant than I ever was before. You’re perfectly valid in feeling the way you do and it’s completely natural, but unfortunately a lot of people haven’t gone through it so they just don’t understand… I know I never realised before now how much pregnancy would affect me. 

Basically, I’m sure these people weren’t being intentionally cruel. As much as this was awful, don’t let it put you off of going out and being around other people because you deserve more than to live in fear. x

Post # 8
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

Whoa that is scary! You never know what people will do, and being pregnant and her being a woman doesn’t mean you were safe on that situation. I’m so sorry! Good job getting off and notifying the authorities. I hope you went home and had a hot chocolate and a good cuddle with your SO

Post # 9
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: April 2017

I’m glad that you are safe and you weren’t physically hurt! 

Drunk or not, she should be ashamed of her behaviour. I don’t think alcohol is ever an excuse for this sort of thing. 

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