Abortion: A Fictional Narrative

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“I think it might be best if we wait for Katie,” Mr. Martin said. “Tell me now. I deserve to know if something’s happened to my parents and I can help break all of this to Katie, but it would be good if I knew what was going on before she got here.” David said Katie entered the house quietly, feeling ashamed at leaving the way she did. She could hear Stephen’s voice in the living room as she slowly made her way to the entryway of the room. “Nothing has happened to them. They haven’t responded to you because they’ve been trying to help Michael. They feel responsible for him.” Stephen said sadly, not taking his eyes off the floor. “They feel responsible for him?” David asked. He felt a strange mixture of jealousy and pride. Don’t. Don’t
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