I've got a friend I go to college with. She just busted out crying in our computer class today and ran out of the room. I followed her to make sure she was alright. The way she was, she didn't need to be alone. I asked her what was wrong. She told me that she'd 1)Accidentally quit the Photoshop program we were working on without saving her hours worth of hard work. 2) She'd had a horrible fight with her boyfriend that resulted in both of them crying and him saying, quote "I don't understand why you are doing this to me." And they almost split up for good. Even though he's practically her fiancee. and 3) She hasn't had a period in 2 months. She thinks she's pregnant. Everything she did today revolved around the thought that she might be pregnant. I tried to tell her that if it was it would be alright. She and her BF would go ahead and tie the knot, like they'd been planning too all along, I'd throw her a ridiculously adorable baby-shower, that everything would be ok. She and I went to Nashville last Tuesday and on the way she mentioned being scared about having a baby but had never given me any clue as to the fact that she might be pregnant. She had to keep going to the bathroom today and when I kidded her about her blatter being small, she grabbed my arm and whispered "THAT's ONE OF THE SYMPTOMS!" She gets naucious sometimes when she eats, like Tuesday, we stopped by an Arby's and she ordered A LOT of food, but only ate a little bit. And today every time I turned around she was eating something. How can I convince her that things will be alright if she is pregnant? I know her family is pretty religious, like mine is. She said she was scared about what her Dad might think. I didn't say it but all I could think was "He'll get over it. Dad's get bent out of shape entirely when their daughters say they're pregnant, whether they're married or not. Eventually he'll get over it." I've only known her a month, but we've got so much in common and we had that sort of "insta-bond" you get only once, or twice in a lifetime when we first met. She's such a sweetie and I hate seeing her like this. She has to know that I'm gonna be there for her, whether there is a baby on board or not.