After Birth Abortion

That is not my idea. I noticed this in today’s email reminder of the topics discussed on todays Glenn Beck program.

Disgusting, if these jokers are indeed serious. They had better not be.

‘Ethicists’ justify after birth abortion

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2 responses to “After Birth Abortion

  1. Before I answer, pesale understand that I am against abortion, I also am a councellor at a pregnancy care center. That said. Most of the time an abortion done in the second trimester is done while the patient is under twilight sleep or general anestesia. You would not remember anything.I have had three abortions in my life, the lives that I stole will always haunt me. I had 2 abortions that were done within 12 weeks of conception and one done at 20 weeks. As I was leaving the abortion clinic after the procedure, I saw a nurse inspecting an aborted fetus (could have been mine). It was an obvious baby. It was red and in several pieces. This happened when I was 18, I am now 38 and it still haunts me and I imagine it always will.I know what it is like to take a life, to give life and keep it and give life and give it away (adoption). Let me tell you that giving life is less painful than living with the acts of abortion for the rest of your life. It is a painful hole that can never be filled and the more you try to fill it, the deeper and darker it becomes.My oldest daughter was supposed to be aborted. She would have been the 4th. I had the laminara stips put in the night before the abortion. I was 23 weeks pregnant. I changed my mind, I went to another doctor, had them removed. I had a healthy baby girl a few months later. She will be turning 18 on August 29th. Today she and I are the best of friends, I cannot imagine my life without her. I have told her everything about her life inside my belly. She has learned through me that she never wants the same things to happen to her and she forgives her mother for almost ending her life.You need to know what you are going to loose with an abortion esp. this far advanced.

    • Glad to hear you are doing better. There will always be some angst, some doubt, some internal deep sorrow for our own past troubles and infractions. I would like to think that if we do right by ourselves and others by learning from our mistakes – that life will get better. For those of us that come to realize there is/may be an afterlife – then we have to atone and make peace with our Supreme Being.

      Best of luck to you, I think you are on your way.

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