1. Don’t make the decision based on “I can’t raise a kid”. You can. You just might not want to…and that’s okay.
I’ve gone on to have three kids, and trust me — I’m convinced nobody is ever fully prepared to have a kid. No new parent knows what they are doing. It’s always overwhelming. It’s always hard. But you do what it takes to get through. You might have to get on government assistance, you might have to put your kid in child care so you can work two jobs, you might have to question everything about your priorities and get your shit seriously together in a hundred different ways, you might not sleep for a few years — but you could do it. It’s by no means impossible.
You simply might not want to raise a child. And that’s plenty valid. But make sure you are clear on the difference between ‘can’t’ and ‘want’.