Suze: So I have two questions for you, if I can.
Nadya: Yes, anything.
Suze: Are you sure?
Nadya: I’m telling everything. Any question you have.
Suze: If you could turn back the hands of time—[and] this doesn’t mean you don't love them—would you not have done this? Tell me the truth, please.
Nadya: If I knew then what I know now...
Suze: Yes, I’m asking you now.
Nadya: I would have made different choices.
Suze: You would not have had the babies.
Nadya: I wouldn't...they wouldn’t be here. ... If I knew then what I know now, and how I feel my six have been displaced... Now they are actually all very healthy and fortunate—all 14 are healthy and fortunate to have what they have and to have a mother who loves them unconditionally.
Suze: Just answer the question.
Nadya: If I had to do this again, they wouldn't be here. ... I love them. I would die for them. I do love them. If I knew then what I know now, I would not have said, "Doctor, one more."