I was not a young girl i was a mother of four beautiful girls when i was faced with a crisis pregnancy .i had only found my mum dead a month when i found out my bf was on heroin i was in a right mess .i went to docs after missing my period to get my results .before i knew it he was telling me i was in no fit state to carry on with the pregnancy .i cried but i still let him talk me into makeing appointnent to see about abortion i was in such a state my family and friends told me the doctor knows best .i was at the lowest i was ever to be in my life .the 24th feb 1997 is a date that i will take to my death bed i woke up that morning knowing i never wanted to go ahead with aborting my baby every step of the journey to that hospital i remember as if it was yesterday .i cried as i got there they took me in .asked me to put tablet in i refused they got a heath care worker down to talk to me .i listened to a stranger that knew nothing about me .i killed my baby that day and for the last 16 years i have lived with that guilt that i never give that baby the same chance my fiur daughters got .that i will never forgive myself for ...wilma.
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