Welcome to our Testimony Directory
Canada Bahamas Netherlands France Nigeria Spain Uganda United Kingdom United States
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

First Name:  
Email Address: (optional)
Inside US 
*Zip Code:
Outside US 
Postal Code:

If you’d like to join us in being silent no more and receive our monthly e-letter click here to fill out the Silent No More Campaign Registration Form.
Read Stories of Abortion Healing
How Do I Tell My Family About My Abortion 
Share Your Story 

I now go stand in front of an abortion clinic and say the rosary with other people IÆve met.




Social Networking 


Help us spread the word. Share this with your social network.

Elaine's 2020 Walk for Life Testimony
Saskatchewan, Canada

In choosing to have an abortion, I wish with all my heart that I had understood what pregnancy was.  Today I don’t believe that you can erase someone else’s life and pretend that it was never there because that life was there.  That fact will haunt you until the day you acknowledge the truth and find healing for your loss as a mother to that life.

I was 19, rebellious, confused, selfish and living the party life.  I believed, like many in the 70’s, that it was my right to do whatever I wanted with no regard for any consequences to my choices.  I believed the lie that contraceptives worked and found myself pregnant.  I wasn’t planning a pregnancy.  Abortion was in the news and very political at the time.  It was a woman’s body and her right to choose abortion.  I happened to go to a doctor who was also very political in her views on abortion. She told me that abortion was easy, that I could go into the hospital on Friday and be back at work on Monday.  She also told me that as I was 19, I wouldn’t have to tell anyone about the pregnancy.  As far as medical facts she didn’t inform me about fetal development and that at three weeks of gestation there was already a beating heart.  What she did say was that it was nothing more than a sprouted wheat seed at this stage, 9 weeks, and that it was an easy procedure.  No mess, no fuss!

The truth was that after the abortion I experienced depression, suicidal thoughts, drug and alcohol abuse, and dysfunctional relationships.  Relationship difficulties were especially troubling in my marriage and bonding properly with my first-born son.  He was born a year to the due date of my aborted child.  

In 1985, I experienced difficulty in a pregnancy and had to have an ultrasound at 9 weeks of gestation.  It was with great delight and wonder that my husband and I saw our tiny daughter.  She was very much alive with tiny hands and feet, a beating heart and very much a human being, just waiting to grow and develop.  At the same time the horrible truth hit home of what in fact my husband and I had done to our first child, who was never a sprouted wheat seed but a valuable and precious person.  We had murdered our first child.

The reason I am silent no more is that you can’t erase people through abortion.  You will remember them someday, because they did have a life and were meant to be born, just like any other baby.


Help us spread the word. Share this with your social network.



About Us | Events | Resources for Help After Abortion | Join Us | Abortion Stories | Campaign Testimonials | Contact Us | Locate A Chapter

©2020 Silent No More Awareness Campaign