I gave up an internship at a very popular magazine knowing we'd be moving to WA not long after we got married. It was totally worht it though. :)
I didn't give up anything major. When I became a mom, I lost friends because I couldnt hang out every weekend or couldnt just drop everything and coming running to whatever was going on. But for me, it was beyond worth it. I got to spend weekends with a beautiful lil girl and amazing man. Plus, I have a stronger bond with the friends that stuck around.
to be a mother yes. i got pregnant with ds at 19 i had to drop out of school to work as many full- time hours as i could for my savings to support me and the baby and i ended up being a single mother :[ thank god for my family
I know, I know this sound petty but I had to sacrafice my two big rots when we got married because they hated DH-lol. Both where male and I had them from the time they where puppies.
No, I sacrificed nothing. I ended a very long friendship, I don't think it was a sacrifice though. She wanted me to choose her or him, to me that was not a choice. I just learned someone I thought was a very good friend really wasn't.
I don't really remember. My sons about to turn 9 and I don't really remember giving up anything other then my education had to wait a little.
Having a child at 39, I was so ready I would have given anything up to be a mom. One thing I can think of, I would have left my ex if we didn't have a child. I ended up leaving 10 years later.
I don't thinkI sacraficed anything. I waited 27 years to find my hubby and 32 to have my DD, I was good and ready LOL! :-) I too lost a very good friend that I've been friends with since I was 2, she just didn't think I was in love with my husband but in reality I believe she was jealous. We are still friends just not close at all....and I don't regret one choice I've made about it.
besides my body and a lot of extra money,not really
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