Post-Abortive woman called counseling in clinic “a joke”

By Sarah Terzo

A woman named Meredith, who took the abortion pill, says that the “counseling” she received was a joke:

“That was really a joke. We didn’t talk about planning. And I certainly wouldn’t call our conversation counseling. It was just an opportunity for the clinic to take care of a few technicalities – like signing a liability release form and an insurance waiver. I feel that if someone would’ve taken the time to talk to me, if only for a moment or two, I would’ve been able to make a more responsible decision. As it was, I was on an emotional runaway train, and the clinic staff merely added fuel to the fire.”

George Grant, The Quick and the Dead: RU-486 and the New Chemical Warfare against Your Family (Wheaton, Illinois: Crossway Books, 1991), p. 24.

Editor’s note. This appeared at ClinicQuotes and is reposted with permission.