Hope and healing from my 2 abortions took several years. The silence and putting it out of my mind swept up in waves of emotions I didn't understand. I'm so thankful that the truth is being brought into the light. I know that I know, I will see my children in Heaven! That God loves me, and that I am forgiven!
I was numb throughout the experience and the sequel continued. Casually dating, having unprotected sex, and getting pregnant and having an abortion. All my friends where doing it, and I didn’t think it was a problem.
I have known for a long time that God has forgiven me, but now I know my children have, too, which has allowed me to forgive myself.
I never wanted an abortion, I was awake when they did it, it was a horrible experience. I could feel them pulling my baby out of my body. I cried the whole way home. I was extremely depressed afterwards.
I had my abortion because I was forced to by my mother. I tried to get help, but nobody would listen that she was going to make me kill my very wanted baby. I was 15 and I was pro-life, all my life.
I have asked for forgiveness. I have received forgiveness. The empty hole has been filled with love. Jesus died on the cross so our sins would be forgiven. Jesus died on the cross so I would be forgiven, they were babies, they did have a soul, they were formed, they were life.
It left a Scar on me for my ENTIRE LIFE. I Hurts So Bad to think of what I could have had. I never had any children of my own. The Scar from these Abortions have shackled me since 1981... I am Silent No More.....Let The Love for The Unborn live on Through you for YOU or Adoption.
I remember pro-life protesters being outside with warning signs not to go through it. I regret not listening.
I regret my abortion every day but through that tragedy many lives have been saved I believe. I have healed and want to tell others about how much abortion can do emotional and physical damage and that's why I am Silent No More.
I paid someone to do this. Just because murder is easy does not mean it should be easily accessible or dismissed.
It shames me anytime I talk about it. It’s not all about the baby I gave up on before it had a chance but more about the fact that I gave up on myself and took the “easy” way out. I was too scared about the consequences and I didn’t want to deal with it.
We were so excited about our baby, but my mother felt different.