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    Posted February 7, 2013 by
    Kansas City, Missouri
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    Have you had an abortion?

    Incomplete abortion wounded me forever

    I had 2 abortions 13 years ago at a clinic in Orlando because I felt like I had NO choice. After suffering complications after the 2nd abortion, a doctor found hands & feet of my baby still inside of me and a tear in my uterus. I became deeply depressed and suffered for many years until I repented for taking the lives of two of my children and found forgiveness. I am now a spokesperson for the Silent No More Awareness Campaign & I travel telling my story of regret, guilt, and self hatred. There isn't a night that I don't lay my head on my pillow and think about my children. I have 2 babies missing in my home. It was the worst decision I ever made. I cheated my children out of siblings and my parents out of grandchildren. People need to know about the racist, eugenic roots of Planned Parenthood. I will spend the rest of my life telling my story and standing on the sidewalks of abortion clinics to try to save the lives of babies AND Moms and Dads and find ways to help them after these babies are born. Abortion takes the lives of children and ruins the lives of women AND men. We all deserve better than abortion.
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