Sometimes we feel we are the only ones who are feeling the way we do.  After all, society tells us we are empowered and made a great decision when we chose abortion.  Well, we may have felt empowered for a time or felt we made the only decision we could under the circumstances but many of us have come to regret our decisions.  

These are our stories

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  • CINDY Harless

    “Are you married? asked the clinic worker in an abortion clinic in Florida.  “No,” I responded adding another layer of shame.  “It’s just a blob of cells,” she said.  We needed to take care of it quickly while it was still “just a blob of cells.”  I was 18 and called myself an adult.  I would make my decisions now.  I made the appointment for the next week.  It would all be over in a week and I could go back to life as usual.

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  • Faye Gothard

    I would have helped prevent an abortion, but instead, I was an accessory to ending a life.  When I was 18 and married, a relative came to me and told me she was pregnant.  Her boyfriend was with her and they asked me what they should do.  I told them I could not tell them what to do, but I would support them and help them in whatever they decided . . . 

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  • tina robinson

    My family structure and stability was destroyed when my father died.  I was 18.  My mother's overwhelming grief led her to leave our home just after his death.  I was left to grieve alone and fend for myself.  My relationship with my father had been a complicated one, but I grieved the loss of what could have and should have been.  Left on my own, without love and direction, I began to live a rebellious, ungodly life-style.  At 21, I found myself single, alone, and pregnant.  I wanted, no, I needed a quick fix!  The thought of me raising a child by myself frightened me beyond words.  I was doing a terrible job of taking care of myself, how in the world could I care for a baby?  I could see no other choice so I went through with the abortion.

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  • heather payne

    I considered suicide a year after my abortion, but I heard God in my heart letting me know that He wanted to use me again one day. 

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  • Betty Thompson

    Years ago, I made a decision that would almost destroy me; I chose abortion for my baby instead of life.  I was in a marriage to wonderful man who loved me very much.  I had a son from a previous marriage whom he treated like his own son.  Saved at 14, but raised in a non-Christian home full of turmoil, I found it hard to lead the Christian life.  I let sin creep into my life when I began to travel with my job . . . 

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  • natalya drake

    Growing up in Ukraine, I learned that in life to survive, you had to think only about yourself.  At a young age, I started to lie, steal, and manipulate.  Parties, alcohol, drugs, and numerous casual sexual partners took me to the very bottom level of society.  I was a homeless and lost girl who thought that her body was the only value to her.  A soul?  A soul so dark and dirty that I never even tried to look for it inside . . . 

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