As a handicap man with a stupid rare bone condition, I don't have a problem if I was aborted. Now that doesn't mean i'm suicidal or anything. It's my boat and i'm rowing the shit out of it. I am saying life has been brutally hard from the very jump. To answer your question though. My bio mom did regret it, and she gave me up to my dad and divorced him. Dad said fine, i'm taking my kid home to Arkansas and me and my folks are going to raise him. They did a great job, but I was a victim of circumstance. Having to eat so many opiates growing up left me with a nice little addiction. I've since gotten a firm hold over that, but again, it was far harder than it needed to be. Even at 34, i'm still socially inept in some ways because there were a lot of life experiences I missed out on growing up. I've never had a relationship last longer than six months. I can't even manage one now. I'm not blaming women or anything. We are what we evolved to be. Handicap men just aren't saught after. It's no one's fault. I can't be mad about any of it, it's just genetics. Something didn't mesh in the chain and there was a mutation. My condition isn't hereditary, it was just a straight up mutation. I enjoy life, but honestly, I wouldn't be missing out on a lot if I was never born.
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