When I was pregnant with my daughter, I needed a way to make sure that she wouldn’t experience any of the emotional, psychological and physical consequences of an abortion.
The idea of an ultrasound had always appealed to me, because it made me feel like I could actually see something I didn’t want to see.
My doctor told me I could make a decision about the procedure if I felt like it was safe, and I was excited.
The process of obtaining an abortion is stressful, emotionally and physically draining, but once you do have it, you never really feel the loss.
The decision was a difficult one to make, and for me, I knew that my decision would ultimately be based on my family and my faith.
So I asked myself, if I had an abortion, would I be happier?
Would I be able to be there for my daughter and be there with her every day?
The answer was no.
The procedure had left me emotionally and mentally exhausted.
I was scared and hurt, and there was a huge gap in my family that I hadn’t even been able to connect with.
My daughter is only eight years old, but my faith is strong.
I had made a decision to choose not to have a child.
In fact, I had already planned to have my child a year ago, when my marriage broke down and I found myself without a steady income.
I’ve spent the last year trying to find a way forward and rebuild my life.
In my life, I’ve struggled to be a loving, kind, caring person.
I am a single mother and a single father.
I have a small business and have a husband who’s in prison for a violent crime.
In some ways, I am not the perfect person.
But for some reason, my faith has always been an important part of my decision-making.
In the last few years, I have realized that it has helped me to feel more at peace and fulfilled than ever.
I’m happy that I was able to make the right decision.
I’m glad that I have this family to raise and I’m grateful for the love I have received from God, friends and people in my community.
I hope that people are able to see that abortion is not the end-all, be-all of human life, and that life is a gift.
I also want to make it clear that my experience with my abortion was not a choice.
I didn, in fact, choose to have an abortion and I regret having done so.
I want to say a few words to my daughter about the life that I’ve built with my faith and my family.
I wanted to have her feel safe and loved, but I didn´t want her to be afraid and stressed about her decision.
For me, a decision like that is not about me; it is about God.
And I hope she will continue to be able, in spite of what her life is going to be, to feel safe.
My experience is an example of the power of faith.
The Bible teaches us that faith is the foundation of life.
It is a foundation that allows us to look at the world with compassion and love.
And it is this love that is a true strength and joy of life, even when we are faced with difficult situations.
God, who loves us unconditionally, is there to help us through our trials and triumphs.
Faith is what has helped us through the trials and successes that we have had and continue to have in life.
So if I want her happiness, if God wants me to have happiness, I can have faith.
If I don’t want her, then I can still be there, and she can be here for me every day.
I thank God for that.
I believe that when I put faith in God, that is when God really has a chance to make things happen for me and my loved ones.
The last few weeks have been really tough for me.
I feel like God is calling me to give more to this world, and more love and kindness to people.
My faith has been a great strength in this life.
I think that is one of the most important parts of it.
Thank you, God, for giving me hope.
God is a big, strong, loving, loving God.
He is not going to stop loving us, but He is going in a different direction.