Post-abortion father: “Whether we choose to acknowledge it or not, from the moment of conception, we are parents.”

By Sarah Terzo Post-abortion father Dr. David Russell writes We’ve all heard the platitudes regarding abortion that are being bandied about the workplace and the schools. “It’s the only choice… It will pass… It will be like nothing ever happened… You can have other children…” You’ve heard them all… It won’t pass. It will never be …

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The very sad and complicated story of a woman still dealing with her abortion 15 years later

By Dave Andrusko Renee Bracey Sherman is someone we’ve posted about several times before. Not (as she bitterly complains in her latest attack on pro-lifers) because me, or any other pro-lifer, are lashing out because Sherman considers that her abortion “was—and still is–the best decision I ever made”; or are “upset” because “I love myself, …

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Helping post-abortion women find a path toward hope and healing.

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation We are a society in denial. Each day, over 2,400 precious preborn babies lose their lives to abortion in this country. Thousands of women are left to grieve the children they have lost. Yet, these losses are often invisible. No names are recorded on death certificates. …

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Man who married postabortion woman talks about their struggles

By Sarah Terzo James McNeill married a woman who had 2 abortions in her past. He says: “When I would bring up the idea of having children, Kathleen would say things like, “I don’t deserve to be a mother.” It started to dawn on me that unresolved pain, shame, and grief related to her abortions were …

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Post-abortion women tell of complications from abortion

By Sarah Terzo David Reardon wrote a book where he interviewed over 200 post-abortion women. He found that: Of the 252 women surveyed, approximately one-half complained of suffering from at least one type of physical complication following their abortions. Moreover, at least 18 percent of those surveyed reported having suffered permanent physical damage traceable to …

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Postabortion woman: Seeing women with babies makes me cry

By Sarah Terzo A pro-choice author (who herself had an abortion) interviewed post-abortion women for a book she wrote.  She says: Hormones cannot explain how, long after the procedure, feelings about one’s abortion can reappear with the slightest stimulation. Many women are distressed to find themselves bursting into tears when some event reminds them of …

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“At last! There is an awareness surfacing of post-abortion syndrome in men”

By Mark David Pickup Editor’s note. Father’s Day is this Sunday. For many men who have been a party to an abortion, this day will be a grim reminder of obligations shirked and lives lost. Mr. Pickup, who has spoken at National Right to Life’s annual convention, is a Canadian disability rights activist. It is …

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Feminists don’t like discussing abortion grief, postabortion woman finds

By Sarah Terzo A pro-choice author, who wrote a book on women’s experiences after an abortion, described how one woman felt grief after she aborted her baby. The young woman felt that pro-choice friends did not want to hear about her struggles after the abortion. “… Karen cannot make sense of her grief. She says, …

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I wasn’t told the baby I aborted could feel pain: Woman launches legal case urging clinics to tell the truth

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children A woman who underwent a late term abortion has launched a legal complaint, urging clinics to tell women the truth about abortion. Ana-Maria Tudor claims that the abortion provider did not inform her that her baby could suffer during the abortion. Ms. Tudor from Newcastle underwent …

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Therapist explains how she counseled post-abortion woman

By Sarah Terzo  A therapist specializes in postabortion trauma describes one of her cases: Post-abortion, Leeann was unable to drive her vehicle. She experienced deep terror, shivering, nausea and disorientation. Indeed, this young woman had become so paralyzed with fear of others “knowing” about what she had done, that she was unable to drive her …

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Grieving post-abortion woman: “We are crying over the deaths of our children”

By Sarah Terzo From a post-abortive woman named Bernadette: “I became pregnant in my late teens, and 10 weeks into the pregnancy I had an abortion. A trusted doctor assured me that the procedure would be simple, effective, with no after effects. I was never told that abortion would lead to deep depression, that every …

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Feminists don’t like discussing abortion grief, postabortion woman finds

By Sarah Terzo A pro-choice author, who wrote a book on women’s experiences after an abortion, described how one woman felt grief after she aborted her baby [1]. The young woman felt that pro-choice friends did not want to hear about her struggles after the abortion. … Karen cannot make sense of her grief. She …

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