From one postabortion woman:
“I cried during the abortion. The nurse thought I was in pain, but it wasn’t physical pain. That night when the sedative wore off, I wanted to die. After that, at parks or children’s events I mourned the baby I had aborted and couldn’t fully appreciate the children I had. Not a day goes by that I do not wish I had my baby.”
Her doctor had told her it was too risky to have another child.
Wendy Williams, Ann Caldwell Empty Arms: More Than 60 Life-Giving Stories of Hope from the Devastation of Abortion (Chattanooga, Tennessee: Living Ink Books, 2005) 160Share on Facebook