Do you remember where you were on September 11, 2001? Do you remember the horror you felt as you watched the Twin Towers being destroyed? Did you feel helpless to stop the dust cloud of ashes and debris that rolled over the streets of New York City covering everything in its path that day? Prior to 9/11, Anita Gaddis had word picture to describe how devastating her abortion experience was, but as she stood in her living room that morning watching it unfold on TV it became clear: what a bomb does to a building, abortion does to a soul! The shock of it all may be buried for months-even years-but the very act of abortion creates a dust cloud effect that seeps through every bone in your body until it threatens to suffocate the life out of you. She asks the question that begs an answer: How can people fully live while holding their breath? The author of this book tells of her abortion experience firsthand and of her journey in finding hope and redemption. She believes that many women who have had an abortion may unkwingly suffer from many of the same fears that she did. She invites readers into her story with a passion to help them understand PAS (post-abortion syndrome) and to reach out to the pregnancy centers in their communities. Without the help of her local pregnancy center, Refuge, she herself would t have found the peace that comes with healing from an abortion.