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Healing the Shockwaves of Abortion


Do You Regret Your Abortion or Your Lost Fatherhood? By filling in the form below you can add your expression of regret to our list. All information remains confidential and is presented anonymously

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Forgiveness of God
Texas, United States

My name is Amber and I regret my abortion. 

I became pregnant during my freshman of college, and with the support of my boyfriend, decided to get an abortion, because I could not bear the thought of facing my parents, as an unmarried, single mother and being judged for my behaviors.

Being brought up in a Christian home, I knew deep down inside that abortion was wrong, but I felt so scared and so alone, and saw no other way out of my situation. I turned to my friends for help, and every single one of them was convinced that getting an abortion would be my best option. Looking back, I believe I was searching for an alternative to abortion.

On abortion day, my boyfriend drove and paid for the abortion. After a short wait in the waiting room, I heard my name being called, and felt fear deep inside me. I desperately wanted my boyfriend or anyone at that point, to stop me. I remember getting up very slowly and dragging my feet, looking back at my boyfriend, hoping he would stop this from happening, but he just looked down. 

I don’t remember any kind of counseling or reassurance before the procedure but clearly remember the abortionist coming into the treatment room and feeling a lot of pain.  I remember the horrible sound of the vacuum and severe pain.  I begged the abortionist to stop, then felt his assistant place a mask over my face, which eventually calmed me down.  The next thing I remember is waking up with stomach cramps and my boyfriend talking to the abortionist.  My boyfriend was told ..."get her a little bit of something to eat, and let her sleep it off and everything will be fine tomorrow."  It was not fine! Three months after my abortion; my boyfriend and I broke up. I went on with my life, never associating my anger, failed relationships and promiscuity, with my abortion.  
My path to healing was a winding journey of marrying my wonderful husband, finding our way back to faith & ultimately becoming Catholic.   In 2007, my husband and I participated in our first 40 days for life. I became a trained sidewalk counselor and realized that I needed healing from my abortion.  In 2008, I mourned for my baby girl, Cecilia Marie at a project Rachel retreat.  My husband was at my side and many tears were shed that day, the cleansing forgiveness of God became apparent.  And, I forgave myself.  Today, I have a Saint in Heaven praying for me and I am working to see her someday. 


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