Bitter fruit: women's experiences of unplanned pregnancy, abortion, and adoption

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Hunter House, 1992 - Family & Relationships - 286 pages
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A collection of stories told by women who have an unwanted pregnancy and how they have arrived at the decision to either carry the pregnancy to full-term, keep or give the child up for adoption, or decide to have an abortion early in the pregnancy.

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To be young, pregnant, and alone. What does that feel like? What choices are open? What is the emotional impact of deciding to have an abortion, to give birth and keep the baby, or to give birth and ... Read full review

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Introduction
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You give up an awful lot
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saw it on the ultrasound I couldnt do it
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