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That would be incredibly hard. Your baby. Mother doesn't want the baby, the father does. Going to be ongoing relationship issues caused by the one thing in the middle of it all. Your baby. If she didn't want kids, should have taken steps to keep that from happening. Second pregnancy. So, hmmm. So, based on Part II of your list, you take full responsibility for your baby, keeping her away from the baby. No telling how if she could snap with the PTSD and other emotional issues at play. But has she seen seen a doctor about postpartum depression?
This will be very hard for both of you without professional help. Sounds like your girlfriend has postpartum depression. Added to the fact that she lost two other children in such a short time I am surprised she is functioning. That is a lot for one person. While I can see you are trying to be loving and understanding. You will need to decide how long you are willing to let her flip flop between being your girlfriend and not. Its very weird that she has had two pregnancies yet thinks herself to young to have children.
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6 weeks is still fairly early, she's suffering as a result of her past and her desire to escape the situation is a result of that. She's running away from her demons and preventing herself from moving on. I would suggest trying to make her embrace her baby. Breast feed her hold her and understand that her baby is here and she won't lose her. Her fear of potential loss of another child probably plays a massive role in her not wanting this child.
I think moving out of New York could work, but that is still just a method if running away. Whether you decide to leave NY or stay, getting her to embrace her child is priority number one, the second is cutting off communication with her parents. Info on the attack you obviously haven't divulged, but either way it's herendous and traumatising that they could/ would do that to there own child. Keep them away, they are despicable.
Starting fresh always good idea. You do realize she is having mental break down requires psychological treatment and sessions. No mom wants to give up kids. 2) grandma needs to know her daughter is seeking medical treatment and you require her help and support in this difficult time. Find State funded resources to get nurse to Come over help with house keeping so you don't get overwhelmed. Best luck. Pray & have faith this is temporary. Tell her to Thank god you she isn't homeless and should be content to what she has after all there are people that lose everybody n everything.
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