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“Mommy. That could have been me”

by | May 16, 2016

By Sarah Terzo

sadwoman025From one woman who had an abortion:

Mommy *sighs*. That could have been me. Mommy. I just want my child back and I can never have that. (Expletive), I am never going to heal from this. I’m just going to live in regret, agony, and tears for the rest of my life. I have no purpose. For a few fleeting moments my purpose was to be a mother and all that is gone now and I am left with nothing. And the would-be daddy? He didn’t give a (expletive). He just wanted me to kill it. He never cared one ounce about his child I was carrying. He didn’t want the responsibility even though he was physically and financially able to give his child the life it deserved. So now here I am. Alone. Empty. Utterly empty. Nothing can replace the child I wanted more than anything when I found out I was pregnant. But that chance has passed and now I am left alone. Crying. Alone. Inconsolable. I no longer have a purpose except to be miserable.

Blog, “Evolution of Chase.” Blogger Chase (who describes herself as pro-choice) quoted here.

Editor’s note. Sarah Terzo is a pro-life author and creator of the clinicquotes.com website where this appeared. She is a member of Secular Pro-Life and PLAGAL.

Categories: Abortion
Tags: abortion