Ok, i just lost my virginity on saturday to my boyfriend that I am in love with. My mom was out of town and he came over... The thing is It Is Impossible to lie to my mom, i just can't do it... I want her to know that i lost it so that i can go to a gynecologist and get on the pill and everything so that i can be more protected. The thing is, how do i tell her??? She usually asks me about once a month about sex and i tell her the truth but now i don't know how to do it, can you all please help me????
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How *I* would do it is tell her that I need to talk about something that is very important. I would get her to sit down with me and explain that being honest with her is very important and you want to do things right, which you need her help with. If she hasnt figured it out yet, then procede to tell her you had intercourse for the first time with your boyfriend and you would like to see the gynocologist.
It sounds like your mom is understanding and accepting. Especially since you can be so honest with her, and she is willing to make an effort to know what is going on in your life. Its really hard, but I am sure you will be fine. Good luck.
And in addition, please remember to leave the Caps Lock button off while you make a post. When I came to the Relationships board and saw your topic screaming out at me, I thought it was the end of the world for a sec. And since I am old, it's probably not good for me to have that strain on my ticker. Thank you!
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