the lost princess

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allaboutmary:

Madonna Assunta
The statue of Our Lady of the Assumption in the shrine of  Santa Maria del Campo in Rapallo, Italy.
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thepoliticalhippie:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

mysonandstars:

I recently went back to the clinic in which I had an abortion. I wanted to have my ultrasound pictures and a copy of my file. It has been tough digesting what the file holds but I feel like it was something I needed to do. Notes from my abortion counselor. “Pt returned today very confident and sure that ab is best. She is looking forward to being in a school play.” I’m sorry, I didn’t realize crying uncontrollably, having a panic attack in your office, and telling you that I wanted to proceed with my pregnancy but that I felt trapped into this by my partner was a full display of confidence. I was not an empowered feminist proud to have ownership of my body and offspring in this moment. I was lost, anxious, alone and with no one to turn to. Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have. But we know that we must hurry and get on with it because the fetus is growing and the clinic workers are pushing for an answer. When I told my abortionist that I strongly thought of taking my child away from their father and raising them myself but that I didn’t know what it entailed, she did not talk about alternatives and my other options. She encouraged me to have an abortion regardless of how helpless I felt or how much I cried. Couldn’t she had said ‘Sara, maybe this isn’t for you after all. Would you like to go home?’ And I would’ve screamed, yes! Thank you! I hear and read this too often from other women, unfortunately. There are so many women out there who are lied to about what abortion does and what is really inside of them all by the people who are supposed to help us exercise our empowerment as women. Why are they withholding the truth from us? There are a handful of us who realize what we’ve done after its too late and the pain and regret lasts for a lifetime. A little encouragement and hope can go a long way. Women deserve better, as do our children.

Of course you would share a story of someone who chose against an abortion
She wanted to keep hers, good for her she made that CHOICE. Doesn’t mean I have to make the same one

She had the abortion, ya dope!
She’s grieving.

Oops I misread a mini part. Regardless you shared it because it was a negative abortion story
Where are ALL the MANY positive stories?

Misread a tiny part? You judged this woman for telling her story. She’s a mother grieving over the loss of a child.


How dare you try to silence these women. There are thousands of these stories. I don’t see pro choicers for the most part even acknowledge the many many women pressured into abortion. Many go out of their way to discredit women with mental illness resulting from abortion. They don’t bring up that women that have had abortion are far more likely to have abortions or even that this situation in the post brings to light and very common situation where the abortion provider flat out lies to the women or the clinic to make it seem like abortion is a happy choice and not a choice of desperation and defeat. What kind of idiot thinks that pro lifers are going to sweep that stuff under the rug. Just because so called choicers ignore and demean them doesn’t mean we have to.
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by-grace-of-god:

"And war broke out in heaven; Michael and his angels fought against the dragon. The dragon and his angels fought back, but they were defeated, and there was no longer any place for them in heaven." (Revelation 12:7)
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phoenix-warrior:

*~All Magic Comes With a Price~*

catholicsoul:

Let us not imagine that we obscure the glory of the Son by the great praise we lavish on His Mother. The more Mary is honored, the greater is the glory of her Son. 

St. Bernard of Clairvaux

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expressions-of-nature:

Inner Peace by Peter Lik

henrycavills:

this girl literally destroys all other covers of let it go and she does it sitting down

mushroom-nymph:

i will always reblog this cat

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heavenlyaryans:

by Paul Apal’kin
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revamped-fae:

fairytales and fantasy
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coffee-tea-and-sympathy:

Kahlúa Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate by brandie