His way of dealing with it perhaps
It's a young male's way to tell you anything you want to hear to get what he wants. It doesn't mean he's sincere, he just wants what he wants that moment. Don't be surprised.
You need to clearly explain to him what's going on with you when he returns. He may not understand the real grief you're feeling anticipating the loss. Later after the procedure it will not only be emotional it will also be a physical reaction to the loss of the baby so be prepared for that. See your Doctor tomorrow and ask for some help with the aftermath of an abortion so you're prepared and have some strategies in place for after it's done.
You're welcome. I hope it all works out for you. :)
I would want to go to the gym and release my anger too.
Sounds like is an introvert
I don't know, maybe he's feeling overwhelmed and needs to blow off some steam. Don't fret though. Carry on. If that's what you feel is right for you, then go with it.
you probably don't want to keep that boyfriend
boyfriend's a ****. move on.
Now you know you're just a **** to him.
Yeah, how dare he go to the gym when his girlfriend is going to kill his child, what a cad!
I can't talk about this and be civil...
Coz ur kids, that's why.
You're not that much older than her.
but I wouldn't have unprotected sex without being ready for the consequences
Sorry, just read your first comment. His reaction of leaving for the gym sounds like something a teenager would do, not a man in a mature relationship, I just assumed from there it was another case of 20yos getting knocked up without any plan for the future - which happens all the time. But it looks like I'm wrong here - about the contraceptive, didn't mean to be nasty, just have little respect for the aforementioned 20yos.