One woman who had an abortion and suffered grief afterwards says the following:
“My husband was with me. He was nervous. I was nervous. We were both wrecks. Planned Parenthood counseled me. They gave me a pamphlet that I hung on to. They told me that a fetus was just a little blob of jelly at three months.
Even so, I began having these nightmares, and my husband would always be dead in them. Sometimes the baby I killed would be calling to me, “Mommy, Mommy, why did you kill me?”
Then, after this, I found out the real truth about my baby, and it blew me away. About six months after my abortion, I started quietly looking into fetal and baby books, and one book just devastated me. I wanted to bury that book. I went into drinking and severe depression. I couldn’t live with it. I didn’t want my children to touch me. I wouldn’t let my husband touch me. I wouldn’t even take a shower or comb my hair.”
Women Exploited by Abortion state director. from the book “Women Exploited: The Other Victims of Abortion” Paula Ervin, ed. Our Sunday Visitor; 1ST edition (1985) 68
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