Miracles Still Exist? -Woman Shares Story Of How She Got Pregnant With Triplets After 14 Years Of Barrenness
The emotional and psychological torture of not being able to produce your own offspring can be very depressing but it can not be compared to the external pressures and tortures of mockery, insults, and gross disrespect.
In the African community, a woman who can not give birth or even get pregnant is perceived as cursed and treated with disgust. An archaic perception and approach to barrenness that needs to be eradicated with immediate effect.
A woman shared a very sad and yet inspiring story of how she conquered barrenness after 14 years of trying. The woman explained that she endured several forms of stereotypes from her community that included mockery and insults.
She reiterated that she lost hope many times, cried, and prayed all night. God answered her after 14 years with not one, not two but three babies. She's now pregnant with a triplet and set to deliver soon.
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