self – af-fir-ma-tion

noun

1.the recognition and assertion of the existence and value of one’s individual self.

The ultimate goal of the self is to protect an image of its self-integrity, morality and adequacy. On the whole, integrity is defined as the sense that one is a good and appropriate person and the term “appropriate” refers to behavior that is fitting or suitable given the cultural norms and the salient demands on people within their culture.

As the act of killing unborn children is currently legal and thus culturally acceptable, those who advocate for the termination of these human beings appropriate self-affirmation for group-affirmation, transitioning from a psychological benefit to a sociological benefit, reducing threats to the self at a collective level.

In other words, those who kill their children for their own benefit need to hear words of encouragement to temper their feelings of guilt. For the same reasons, those who have not directly participated in the killing of an unborn human being need to provide these affirmations to those who have as a way of validating their indefensible ideology.

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See the reality of what these ‘heroes’ are doing to earn this affirmation from those who deliver the unborn into their depraved hands.

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It infuriates me when women who seek abortions act like the victim. They say they\'re strong and responsible. They are held in high esteem for killing their own children, and then they have to nerve to say they made a responsible decision. It is disgusting and pathetic.

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

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