Getting as much pregnancy information as you can during these next nine months will work to not only your benefit but those around you as well.
While a woman is getting ready to give birth, she can undergo great fluctuations in hormone levels, leaving her feeling moody and rather unsteady as far as emotions go. Add to that any confusion you are feeling about your condition and you will likely really be in for some bad days.
Rather than taking this frustration out on other people around you, invest in some good pregnancy information sources to help you learn more about the process you are experiencing.
First ask your doctor for any pregnancy information they may have. Doctors are a great resource for a variety of pamphlets or brochures that will talk about what your body is going through. The better you can understand this the better prepared you will be. You will feel more confident that you have the skills necessary to deal with the changes and will see fewer surprises. That confidence in itself is almost enough to make this time considerably better.
Next, have a look at your local library. There are thousands of books published on the topic, from self-help books to first hand experiences to medical advice from other physicians. You will definitely be able to find something that suites your needs and that will allow you to gain knowledge about the process. Having something always on hand to read is also a good way to deal with any negative or frustrated emotions you may be having. Rather than growing more upset and yelling at others, go and sit somewhere you are comfortable and invest the time into learning. You will feel much better knowing you did something good for yourself rather than unproductively fighting.
So ask around to others who have been in your position before. They may also have resources they could lend you that helped them when they were in your position. The saying knowledge is power really applies to this situation because usually no matter how much a woman thinks she knows about this process, she really doesn't know enough until she has been through it firsthand.