Woman walks out of abortion clinic, years later calls her child “a light in a pitch black room”

Vivian James told her story:

“Nineteen years ago I walked into an abortion clinic, as I was about to go in for the procedure I started crying, the doctor said to me he’s not doing it. I should go home and think about it because I was crying too much. I remember him saying “I have a conscience and if I do this based on the state you’re in, I’ll never sleep again.” Eight months pregnant, I experienced one of the worst cases of domestic violence. I suffered a fractured rib, severe trauma to the head and eyes, and had blood clots in my head. She was born okay. … I’m so grateful that God saw it fit to save her life when her mom didn’t know better! This gem is so RARE. I couldn’t imagine life without her and I know her siblings and grandmother feel the same. This child is light in a pitch black room. Happy birthday Chanel. … Kid your mom loves you with EVERY fiber of her being…”

Taira Afaha-Akpan Destined to Live: A true life story (2017)

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Sarah Terzo is a writer for Live Action and a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians and Consistent Life. She lives in NJ.

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