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Your Story Has the Power to Change the World

If you’ve been affected by unplanned pregnancy and you’d like to share your story, we’d be honored to give your story a platform to empower others. One day, because of courageous people like you, there will be communities in big cities across America who support people facing unplanned pregnancies and recognize the dignity and worth of every person. Thank you for being a voice for the voiceless!

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Think about these questions.

How has abortion or unplanned pregnancy affected your life? What lessons have you learned along the way? If you could say one thing to someone in a similar situation, what would it be? If you can, try to tell your story in 700 words or less.

Be prepared for some tweaking.

To ensure your story has the most positive impact, our blogging team may review your story for punctuation and clarity. We recognize the nuances of this issue and will strive to position your story to speak life and hope into every reader.

Write for a diverse audience.

As an organization, we strive to share content that changes hearts and minds from all political and religious backgrounds. Because of this, we want to encourage you to be creative and mindful of that reality as you write.

“I got pregnant in New York. I was dating my best friend’s cousin, and we were out there for a family reunion. I came back with a baby. When I called and talked to him, he asked what I was thinking, and I knew that I wasn’t gonna give her up. I cried for 6 months because I didn’t have a mother growing up. I don’t come from a great background. My father was a crack addict and my mother was schizophrenic. I didn’t know what I was gonna do, how I was going to take care of her, but [abortion] was not an option. The first time I held her, I knew I was never gonna let her go. She’s 7 years old now. She’s into gymnastics. She’s very loving and very smart. I couldn’t have asked for a better kid. We talk a lot because I always make sure she feels like she has love. I’m determined for her to have a better life than I had. I just refuse to give up.”

— Heard in Phoenix, AZ