Nadya Suleman, better known as 'Octomom,' recently appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show where she made a shocking admission that she lives "every
single day, every hour of the day, with a tremendous amount of guilt."
"I feel guilty when I look at the older ones, they all have different unique needs. I feel guilty when I'm holding one or two and I can't be there for the others when they're crying."
"You can't regret children, but [my] choices were childish, immature and selfish. I wasn't thinking at that time."
The single mother, who already had six children through fertility treatments, drew instant criticism when she gave birth to octuplets in January 2009 through the use of in vitro fertilization. She was unemployed at the time and was often slammed for being unable to provide for her family, which she denied.
So readers, if you had to choose between Nadya & Kate Gosselin's life, who would you pick? Don't forget to check out a clip from the interview in the video below:
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