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I haven’t had the abortion yet, as my doctor was unavailable on Sunday. I am now DEFINITELY having it on Wednesday. I’m really glad you tried to deter me, as I was unsure of what to do. But I just can’t do it. I have a major phobia of pain, too, so it’s likely to bring back my anxiety too as I will spend the year worrying about the birth. I also have GCSEs in May and June, and I will not be able to get the needed grades if I carry on in this state. Sorry.
This does not surprise me in the least. Abortion is the easy way out. You are obviously too selfish to make a sacrifice for your own son or daughter. All I can do is what I have done. Until the depravity of what you are about to do is made illegal and future generations are raised in a culture of life that confers human rights to the prenatal members of our human family, children like yours will always be at risk of being killed by their own mothers.
You stated you planned on poisoning your child with Milfeprex. Did you read Abby Johnson’s personal story about her incredibly painful experience? It sounds more painful than childbirth. And is the fact that you have exams next summer really a reason to kill your child? This mother carried and gave birth to her little girl while in her Master’s program. I am sure you can handle your GCSEs while sustaining your child’s life. A child that, like you, will have exams to take someday. A child that, like you, deserves to experience the challenges and joys life has to offer. A child that deserves to know his or her mother’s love and kindness.
I will mourn the loss of your sweet baby. I will hold him or her in my heart for the remainder of my days. And remember — you can change your mind, even after you swallow the poison prescribed to kill your child.
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