Reblogged from Kirsten Kelly

Kirsten Kelly

I’m not writing this to bring anger or condemnation, bitterness or judgement; but to bring love and understanding, empathy and revelation. All of which I have had to learn on my own through personal experience of tragedy. The tragedy of a “woman’s choice”. I believe in what I am about to say so much so that I am willing to expose all that I have kept neatly hidden below the surface of what is seen by all, away from anyone’s judgement or opinion.

There has been a stirring of controversy, thanks to the upcoming election. Some people say the “right things” and others say “the wrong things”- in speeches, in interviews and on any of the slew of social media options we have before us. Those things are left to us to judge, which by definition means; “to determine or pronounce after inquiry and deliberation”. Please, take what…

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