Alyssa Milano believed she was being ‘punished” for her past abortions


Alyssa MilanoRecent revelations by the woman who suffered two miscarriages led to her sharing complex emotions. The Charmed The actress spoke about her experience on People’s new podcast, Me becoming a momShe stated that the miscarriages were her punishment for past abortions. 

“I definitely had this moment of, ‘Well, I’m being punished, basically, for abortions in my 20s.’ I didn’t realize that at the time. It took a while in therapy to realize that that was something that I was putting on myself,”She shared. 

Milano: ‘It Was Part Of The Process, I Guess.’

Milano was also concerned that Milano’s feelings might affect her interactions with Milo and Elizabella. 

“The way I interacted or was with my children — and I think this is common — but I always felt like, ‘What if something happens to these two little beings that I love so much? And is there a world in which they’re taken away from me for whatever karmic resolution needed to happen?’”She said. She said that the miscarriages were not related to her pregnancies in Milo and Elizabella.

“It was a bummer, but it felt like I got the two pregnancies I was supposed to get. And that’s how I kind of looked at it the entire time,”She said. “I know that a lot of women take miscarriages very hard, but for me, it was part of the process, I guess. Both miscarriages were, I think I was maybe 7 or 8 weeks pregnant, so if it wasn’t viable, my body did what it was supposed to do. I still look at it like that.”

The Actress Doesn’t Have Any Regrets

The actress spoke openly about her past abortions and shared her story on her podcast. Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry. It happened twice, once in 1993 and again within a few months. 

“I knew at that time, I was not equipped to be a mother, and so I chose to have an abortion. I chose. It was my choice. And it was absolutely the right choice for me,”Milano added that Milano explained the situation at the time. “It was not an easy choice. It was not something I wanted, but it was something that I needed, like most health care is.”

Even though Milano struggled with the decision, she doesn’t have any regrets. “I would not have my children — my beautiful, perfect, loving, kind and inquisitive children who have a mother who was so very, very ready for them.”