Tag Archives: grief

This “disenfranchised grief” is a societal Achilles heel

By Dave Andrusko Corrine Barraclough is a columnist for the Daily Mail of Australia. The title of a her story flat-out grabbed me “The Secret Grief of Abortion.” As did a kind of term-of-art mentioned later by

Post-abortion syndrome and “disenfranchised grief”

By Dave Andrusko Corrine Barraclough is a columnist for the Daily Mail of Australia. The title of a recent story flat-out grabbed me “The Secret Grief of Abortion.” As did a kind of term-of-art mentioned later by

Postabortion woman finds feminists don’t like discussing abortion grief

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

Post-abortion woman describes anger and grief

By Sarah Terzo From one woman who had an abortion: “The abortion itself was nothing and I was all right immediately afterwards. But then, as time went by, resentment began to set in. I quarreled with my

A “radical shift in outlook,” brought about by the birth of her daughter, enables mother to let go of the grief at losing her own father

By Dave Andrusko The post is so stunning, so beautifully written, so intense that I will not spend more than a few sentences telling you that rewire news was the last place in this galaxy that I

Abortion and the human response to suffering

By Dave Andrusko This is the last post of the week and it will be different. Why? Because the original intent–commenting on a column written about actress Amy Brenneman who said it’s not acceptable for abortion to

Spoken word poem addressed to mothers who chose abortion: I’m sorry you felt like you didn’t have any other option

By Texas Right to Life “Years ago, I learned what really happened to pre-born babies during the different abortion procedures, and I was just devastated,” says Bernadine Barber, a spoken word poet. Barber uploaded her poem, “Condolences”