Abortion is more complex than the Good Samaritan Hospital dilemma for several reasons. These include the differences between a human foetus and a grown-up person, some specific aspects of pregnancy, and the uniqueness of the relationship between a foetus and the woman who carries it. In particular, many women feel more responsible towards a foetus than they could possibly feel toward a stranger. A woman might want to have an abortion because she fears the prospective child will not have a good enough life, or because she lacks economic resources, or because the foetus is affected by a congenital abnormality. Moreover, a pregnancy might affect the body and the psychological wellbeing of the pregnant woman in completely different ways. There are psychological, social, and individual elements that make each pregnancy a unique journey, a journey which, according to some, each woman should be entitled to decide whether to embark upon or not.