anonymous:

My friend is getting an abortion and I don’t know what to do. She won’t listen to anything I have to say on the subject. I even told her I would adopt her baby, but she said adoption would be too difficult and maintains that abortion is the only option.

cultureshift:

My mother aborted my little sister when I was two years old. She told me that she couldn’t bear the pain of placing her for adoption. She has now lived with the crushing guilt of her decision for many years and still cries about killing her daughter to this day. She would now give anything to bring my sister back.

Ask your friend to read this and to visit the links…

You are already the mother of a living human being. Your son or daughter is growing inside of you right now and is depending on you to fulfill your responsibilities as a mother. Once born, you can make the choice between parenthood and adoption.

Many mothers later regret killing their child. It will haunt you for the rest of your life. I have yet to hear a story about a mother who gave birth to her child and felt guilty for it. You can have an amazing life with your amazing son or daughter.

You must use empathy to hear your child. He or she needs your love, all you have to do is provide it.

To speak to someone right now about this decision please call the Option Line at 1-800-712-HELP. They can help you and your child make it through this challenging time.

You are much stronger than many will lead you to believe. You can be a great mother and have a great life. Believe in yourself!

You must do all that you can to convince her to protect her child. The human being living inside of her is dependent on you to plea his or her case. If you succeed, you will have forever changed the course of human history as not only will you have saved this one person, you will have saved millions of his or her descendants over thousands of years of human history yet to unfold.

Posted by cultureshift

A plea to win the hearts of those who choose to dehumanize our development and undermine our right to live.

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