Deciding whether or not you want to have an abortion can be a difficult decision, especially when the situation is complicated. And here's the thing about life: situations are often complicated. A decision that only requires black and white thinking is a rarity, and there are so many potential factors that can make this one complex.
This is all especially true for a woman (user PlaneGanache) who posted on Reddit about a tough decision she is facing for her abortion. She is pregnant with four babies, but can't afford to keep all of them. She found a way to make the difficult decision about which ones to keep, but not everyone agrees with her logic/morals.
Her post reads:
I'm 27f and my husband is 30. We tried for a few years to have baby, long story short, it didn't work out and we ended up going through a couple rounds of IVF.
Fast forward. We find out we're pregnant and we are super happy, like over the moon ecstatic. We couldn't wait for the 12 week mark to tell people, and started working on a nursery right away.