your stories

"Finding out that I had a twin and that he didn't survive the abortion (that I somehow did survive) helped me realize why I

always felt like a part of me was missing.

It's because something was missing.

He was missing." 

-Beanie

"Finding out about my aborted sibling made sense of the hole I always felt in my family growing up.

As a kid, I would do a headcount to see who was missing when my family was all together.

Now I know who was missing."
-Kay

"Finding out about my aborted sibling

filled me with grief and joy.

Grief because they died. Joy because they lived."

-Pete

"When the pain I have from losing my sister in abortion was acknowledged

by another sibling survivor,

it was only then that I felt I could

properly start to grieve.

To pass through the tumults of grief,

the loss must not only be recognized but also understood by another person." 

-Adele

"I believe that babies

who died from abortion are in heaven

and praying for us on earth.

When I encounter another sibling survivor,

I believe I also gain the friendship

of their sibling in heaven who prays for me" 

-Tei

"It is powerful when I met other siblings.

What drives us to change the world

is the love for our brothers and sisters.

Nothing can conquer that love."

-Ian

"It's a weight off my shoulders to know that there are other people like me." 

-Lisa

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