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A friend's pregnancy not only can feel like a violation of your friendship pact, but it's also a big hit on one's social life."When my best friend at work got pregnant, I wanted to sob," says Erica G., 30, from Binghamton, New York.And if that's just too hard and your feelings are too confusing and complicated to pretend like everything's fine…I, for one, can understand.
The few times I did drag her away from the baby-naming books (Aiden! And how can you leave me stranded here, forced to make new friends without even checking with me first?
Maybe you want what she has — a husband and baby on the way.
Or maybe that life is not for you and you're just coming to terms with that.
Hello, ultrasounds and sleep-deprived zombie-mom on diaper duty.
The first time a friend got pregnant, I felt as though she were abandoning our girl code and way of life — hanging out late, drinking dirty martinis, and living a little dangerously — without my vote. "When my friend got pregnant, I felt so betrayed," confesses Madi R., 27, from Boston.