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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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I was on the Table and God told me to Walk Out
New Jersey, United States

My first three abortions were from a 24-year old male who stole my virginity and continued to get me pregnant and have abortions, I was trying to be saved from an abusive home.

My second abortion was from my abusive husband who I was trying to leave.
Actually, my third abortion I just remembered was from a fiancé who was too controlling and I was trying to break up with him.

My fourth abortion was from my ex-husband who was abusing me, but I ended up staying with him and having another son. Stayed married for 11 years and finally was able to leave him.

My fifth time I was on the table and God told me to walk out.  I did as He said.  I was homeless with a four-year old son.  I found Harvest Home in Venice, CA and lived there until she was born.  She is now a beautiful 21-year old who I believe saved my life.


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