In many ways it's helpful to see the logic of the pro-choice position drawn up to its conclusion: Although I now live a happy life with a family, I was poor and abused, so I never should have been born.
Note well how hastily and superficially she dismisses the idea of adoption. "Oh, my mother could never have given me up for adoption!" (What happened to the virtue of selflessness?) This is not some minor point: It's a testament to the strength of the abortion ideology that adoption has to sit in the corner with a blanket over its head and not be seen nor heard. There is no solution but death!