“I had a low self esteem, got Pregnant and lost my baby”~ Anonymous

I thought being with the opposite sex would make me feel better, so I had tons of boyfriends, gave my virginity away and I got pregnant. Yeah, all in my first year at the university.
Getting pregnant moved me closer to God cause at that point I had no one else to go to. I joined a fellowship in school, became a worker and drew closer to him. February 14th 2015, I lost my baby and it was a horrible experience.


All my life, I’ve suffered from low self-esteem and self consciousness. It got so hard during my teen years that whenever I see girls of my age that I considered perfect, I would shrink into the background.

Growing up, I was quite chubby and I got taunted with names like “fatty,  ducky and hummer”. I was depressed for a long time and began to see myself as ugly and fat. The fact that girls my age had boyfriends and I didn’t, made it even worse for me.

Fast forward to the university, I was still going through depression, I thought being with the opposite sex would make me feel better, so I had tons of boyfriends, gave my virginity away and I got pregnant. Yeah, all in my first year.

I used to be a church girl back home, going for quiz and singing contests. I got to school and for a whole semester and didn’t go to church. I just felt I wasn’t worth it anymore and didn’t deserve salvation.

Getting pregnant moved me closer to God cause at that point I had no one else to go to. I joined a fellowship in school, became a worker and drew closer to him. February 14th 2015, I lost my baby and it was a horrible experience.

I won’t say I am perfect now, I’m still a work in progress. but I’ve learnt to value and appreciate myself cause God doesn’t make mistakes. I never let people’s comments bother me anymore. No one would love you like God would. He’s everything I could ever ask for and more.

Thank you for giving me an opportunity to share a summary of my story.


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