If you think you're mature, independent and responsible enough to have and raise a child, you should be mature enough to be able to tell your parents. If you're not, perhaps you should consider whether it's a good idea to have a child yet. I agree with the above answer. Telling your parents wont be easy, but that's the least of your concerns once you're pregnant. You're making an adult decision, so you'll need to accept the consequences if you do get pregnant.
well it depends on the chicken if you train it to not be afraid then it wont but if you over react then it might get scred
will not be very happy at first because you are theyre baby . they might be angry and upset but remember its only because they love you so much.
Mostly because they are afraid that they'll be made fun of and called names. Or, if their parents find out, that they would be disappointed that their kids didn't turn out as they wanted them to be. but parents should always love their kids so don't be afraid to tell them who you are. Anyways, off subject. Mainly their afraid. Unsure of how people will react.
Because your parents want you to be safe, generally. They might see the potential risks of situations where you don't, and so they react differently to you.
I'll tell u wat. they react a lot. trust me i am experienced
There is no correct answer here, I'm afraid. It all depends on how he believes the parents will react, whether or not it's worth telling them.
Just be patient they will beupset at first but they will get use tot the idea and be supportive after they still love you regardless and they will stay by you
he is not afraid ofdying, only afraid of not having Belinda's love
She is trying to tell you something and is unable to speak the words. More than likely she wants to end your relationship but may be afraid of how you might react.
sheepish (thats an actual word)
They were afraid to leave their master
They are afraid of humans and generally will stay away.
they were afraid of him at somtimes because he was the storm bringer
i dont know how would you react to it?
Be totally 100% honest. They might not like what they have to hear, but will respect you for being honest. When I told my mother I was pregnant (I think I was 18 or 19) my words were: "mum you are not going to like what I have to tell you...." but I was honest. When my 16 yr old came to me to tell me she was pregnant, she said "mum, I need to be honest with you about something..." and I knew instantly that she thought she was pregnant. Please just be honest with your parents. They may over-react, yell, scream, or even slap your face, but it is better that YOU be honest with them, than them finding out from someone else in the family or the community that you are pregnant. I wish you every happiness :)
They are proud of him, but afraid.
This is a common phobia that many people have. Some answers would be: 1)They are afraid that it might happen to them. 2)It is someone else's blood and it could cause disease.
Humans are not born afraid.. we see things and how people react and we become afraid. For example with bugs how some people are scared of them and some arent that is from when they were a kid and all the people they were around acted afraid so you wont know why your afraid.. you just are.
She may be unsure about how you may react or she might be embaressed
Same as with urine from a non-pregnant person. There's a myth going around that you can test of you are pregnant this way but that is not true.
They might react they might not :) How am I supposed to no :O
Traumatised and afraid
Clarisse is not disturbed or afraid like everyone else is of firemen.