On June 24, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a 50-year-old decision that gave those who could get pregnant the constitutional right to choose to have an abortion.
Now what? How does the country cope? How do we cope as individuals? How do we cope as mothers who lost our children to adoption and still live with the complicated grief that has resulted?
As I have talked about here, adoption is not a humane substitute for abortion. People who place children for adoption may do so voluntarily or against their will, but either way many are impacted forever, constantly wondering about the children they lost.Read more on themighty.com