Stories matter because they are the fabric of human connection and understanding.

They can inspire and educate, by sharing experiences, emotions and perspectives. Through stories, we gain insights into diverse lives, cultures, and struggles, fostering empathy and breaking down barriers. Every pregnancy journey is unique because every woman and every unborn baby is unique. Here you will find stories from women and men – their lived experiences of hope, disappointment, loss, compassion and life.

Wendy's story: choosing both lives and having a good life

Wendy's story: choosing both lives and having a good life

When Wendy became pregnant at 16, she was advised to have an abortion, but 30 years on, she can't imagine life without her son Find out more
Rebecca's story: The 98%

Rebecca's story: The 98%

"Getting pregnant at 18 didn’t mean my life was over. It meant that I get to do life with Reuben." Find out more
Tracy's story: medical diagnosis

Tracy's story: medical diagnosis

"Whether our babies lives span just minutes, days or years like my Kathleen Rose, their lives have value and meaning and they can teach us how to love." Read more
Carol's story

Carol's story

"I find myself having deep conversations about abortion with people I hardly know – I have a story to tell... I want to tell it." Find out more

More stories coming soon.