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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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Till We Meet Again
Kenya, Kenya

I am at a good place right now. I tried to fight off guilt by justifying what I did, but the truth is no amount of lies I would tell myself was enough to make the pain go away. I knew I needed help.

I came across Pearls & Treasures Kenya, an organization that runs Post Abortion Healing Programs. I took the leap and gave them a call. This would be a long, painful but worth it journey to healing.

The first step of healing was accepting that what I did was wrong and acknowledging that I took an active role in the decision.

I was taken through the character of God and understood His unconditional love. I was loved BEFORE my birth and nothing would ever separate me from His love. I also acknowledged the humanness of my baby. I was able to share my story in a non-judgmental setting, and that helped a lot.

I came to a realization that my abortion story began long ago. I was born into a disintegrating family where displays of love and affection were rare. I also had major abandonment issues owing to my dad's death when I was only 7 and my mother abandoning her responsibilities towards us, her children.

I do understand that my childhood played a role in who I became as an adult, but I also take full responsibility for my actions.  I should have known better.

After what seemed like an eternity of tears and pain, I finally got closure. I no longer see myself as the selfish woman who procured an abortion but a mother who lost a huge part of herself. I let everyone instruct me on how I felt about my baby, and that is the first mistake I made.

I know my Ashley has forgiven me, and I hope to be reunited with her one day. Instead of completely tucking away the memories of what I did, I hold on to the moments I felt her in my womb and knew she was alive. I hold on to the brief time I had with her and have since dedicated her to God's care. I choose to be silent no more about my abortion because no woman has to lose her baby because of abortion, no matter the circumstances.

Till we meet again Ashley, I love you!


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