Besides being post abortive, I am also a sibling to an aborted child. That means that along with my own aborted child is the brother or sister I never knew.

Was I chosen? Why was she/he not? I will have to answer the same questions to my living children.

Pray to end abortion.It’s much like ‘survivors guilt’; the definition says, “The feeling of guilt often experienced by those who have survived some catastrophe that took the lives of many others; derives in part from a feeling that they did not do enough to save the others who perished and in part from feelings of being unworthy relative to those who died; ‘survivor guilt was first noted in those who survived the Holocaust’.”

Actually, it’s exactly like ‘survivors guilt’. The siblings to the 55+ MILLION aborted children will want to know why they weren’t aborted. Can they take the guilt of being born and another dead?

Why are some children chosen to be murdered and others not? A recent story told one side of abortion, “The lab missed the translocation. Had the couple known of the genetic defect, they would have ended the pregnancy, according to court filings in the case”. Will the now born child be cognitive enough one day to understand that due to his ‘disabilities’ he was supposed to die?

TRUTH: Most abortions occur because of sexual liaison dysfunction related to bad choices, money related issues and disability – not rape or incest like the mainstream media says. Do you tell your born children that there was enough money for them and not the aborted sibling? What was the cut off point? Or do you tell your born children that the ‘guy’ had no intention of being a father or even a boyfriend? WHO IS KEEPING SCORE???

In my situation, my post-abortive parent tried to trap a married person to leave their spouse. How do you address an aborted child you may meet one day in Heaven that they were executed because mom’s plan didn’t work?

Millions are dead. Millions are left behind asking questions. THAT’S the TRUTH of abortion.

8 thoughts on “THE CHOSEN ONE: Sibling Survivor’s Guilt

  1. Thank you for writing this! I am always thankful to see more people talking about our pain. I shared it on my facebook pages, as well as my sibling group!
    And like Rebecca did, I just want to confirm that I can share this on my blog?

  2. Reblogged this on Surviving Sibling and commented:
    This was shared from another post abortive sibling. I am so thankful that she wrote it, helping spread even more awareness of our pain. And I thank her for the permission to Reblog 🙂

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