For Guys

If your partner is pregnant, or you think she might be, chances are YOU too are facing mixed emotions. While it may be hard to talk about your thoughts and feelings, we recommend talking to your partner, as well as to a third party such as Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices. Your opinion does matter. Make an appointment today for you and/or your partner to talk through your situation with one of our Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices counselors.

A Father's Choices

We understand that, as a man, your role during your partner’s pregnancy may be confusing, and you may wonder if you should share your opinion at all.  Frequently, men think their opinions are not valuable, but many women desire to know where their partner stands. Make an appointment today for you and/or your partner to talk through your situation with one of our Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices counselors.

 

How Can I Show Support?

Your desire to support her shows that you care about her and that this pregnancy matters to you. Show support by allowing her to talk through the different emotions she is having. It is important to discuss each option and what each choice would look like for both of you. You and your partner may find it helpful to talk with one of our counselors to discuss your unique situation and to be informed about the aspects of each option. Make an appointment today for you and/or your partner to talk through your situation with one of our Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices counselors.

Want Her To Get An Abortion?

As with parenting, communicating with your partner is essential. It is important for you both to share how you are feeling about this pregnancy. While legally it is the woman’s choice whether or not to have an abortion, your thoughts do matter. Make an appointment today for you and/or your partner to talk through your situation with one of our Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices counselors.

Questions You May Have

What do I do?

Has she taken a Pregnancy test?

How much does an abortion cost?

Should we consider adoption?

Do I have what it takes to be a dad?

Does it even matter what I think?