| | Sorry about your insecurity
I've noticed that many of the vocal anti-choice people I've known tend to be males who somehow identify with a fetus and not those pesky things that they grow in - what are they called? Oh yes, women, who think they might have rights to decide what to do with their bodies.
Sorry you feel so insecure about your own life. But going into the territory of what "might have" been is utterly pointless. If your parents had waited ten minutes to have sex, you wouldn't have been born either. None of us knows the future. Even less do we know what might have happened in a chain of events that never was set off. We all make the best choices we can and move on.
Abortion is expensive, painful, and hard to get. I know of no place where birth control is free, let alone abortion, including Planned Parenthood. You are trivializing an experience you know nothing of.
I am surprised at the judgmental attitude I have seen so much here, and the "Well, it's okay if she does it for X reason, but not for Y reason" equivocating about a subject that doesn't touch them.
I don't see too many of these people doing anything for the many of existing children who are in poverty, homeless, or needing medical care they can't afford.
Your opinion on abortion is about as relevant as my opinion on whether or not you should have plastic surgery.