posted on Jan, 28 2017 @ 08:22 AM
I have a very personal story about why I could never abort. I decided not to abort after an incident most people would abort. I decided to deal with
my actions, reluctantly went to my first ultrasound and shockingly cried at first sight of my child. From then on, i was pro-life...for myself. I
don't know when it happened for me, the pee on the stick, just knowing it was in there...my priorities quickly changed. Before the double lines on
the pee stick, i was the type of person that rolled my eyes when people googled over babies, I didnt get it. I partied 5 nights a week and slept till
noon everyday, children annoyed me and I wanted to not be around them. I was also in my upper 20's, old enough for a mother instinct to kick in (if
there was one). I had a wonderful pregnancy, i glowed, I felt different in a good way, I was single. I still, 5 yrs later, know I made the right
decision and still feel different in a good way, more enlightened, I changed for the better and its bc of my child. Now I get it, I google over
babies, I ache to hold them, I am the exact person I used to roll my eyes at, lol.
If anyone who is thinking about having an abortion talks with me...they may not do it based on my personal experience, which was and still is the best
experience in my life.
However...that is how I believe for myself, I have no right to push that belief legally onto someone else. I had a great experience, however, I am
pro-choice politically and would never march pro-life. All pro-lifers are selfish and narrow-minded. End of story. If you want to push your
so-called beliefs onto someone else legally...you cray!
I do not understand why people want to push their beliefs onto someone else. I am sickened by this march. so much wrong with it, so much wrong with
forcing your beliefs.
edit on 28-1-2017 by veracity because: (no reason given)