Hope After Loss: a non-religious book about processing miscarriage grief

By Heidi Inlow, Secular Pro-Life Hope After Loss is a book to assist people who have experienced miscarriage as they process their grief. Heidi Inlow read this book in light of both her personal experience with pregnancy loss as well as her professional experience working with the group Support After Abortion. Here is her review: For me, Hope …

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Is Ohio denying miscarriage care?

By Monica Snyder, Executive Director, Secular Pro-Life In late 2022, NPR published “Her miscarriage left her bleeding profusely”. An Ohio ER sent her home to wait. This is the story of Christina Zielke and her struggle to get appropriate miscarriage treatment while in Ohio. Abortion rights advocates are pointing to this story as evidence of the harm of …

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Pro-Choice? NPR Can Mourn a Miscarriage, Happily Air Audio of Abortion

By Tim Graham On Thursday night’s All Things Considered, NPR aired what someone might call a heart-tugging pro-life story. But NPR wouldn’t. They are “pro-choice,” meaning that an unborn baby is a loved human being when that’s what the mother decides it is. When the woman decides it’s like a tumor that must be removed, there is no humanity to …

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Pro-Abortion Ideology Strips Compassion from Miscarriage Care

An abortion doctor describes the appalling treatment of one woman who had a miscarriage. By Sarah Terzo Christine Henneberg’s memoir, Boundless: An Abortion Doctor Becomes a Mother, reveals a great deal about the abortion industry. Background on Henneberg I’ve previously covered how Henneberg admits to doing a sex-selective abortion on a woman who wanted a girl and was aborting …

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Hospital Gives Grieving Couple Their Miscarried Baby to Bury — in a Biohazard Bucket

The hospital’s attitude added to their grief over the loss of their child. By Sarah Terzo Lindsey and April Woods lost their daughter Remy to a miscarriage in the second trimester. Remy was diagnosed in utero with 45x/46xy, a rare disorder that can cause severe disabilities. April and Lindsey refused abortion. Counselor Thinks Death is Better …

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Pro-Abortion Ideology Strips Compassion from Miscarriage Care

By Sarah Terzo Christine Henneberg’s memoir, Boundless: An Abortion Doctor Becomes a Mother, reveals a great deal about the abortion industry. Background on Henneberg I’ve previously covered how Henneberg admits to doing a sex selective abortion on a woman who wanted a girl, and was aborting because she believed her baby to be a boy. In this case, Henneberg …

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Pro-abortion groups and their allies have a long history of obliterating the truth; this one is particularly cruel

By Laura Echevarria, NRL Director of Communications and Press Secretary Going to the hospital to deliver a baby is exciting and stressful. Each delivery—just like each mother and baby—is different. With each of my pregnancies, I had the added stress of having pregnancy induced hypertension and was placed on bedrest for several weeks. With my …

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Ambulance driver shocked by humanness of miscarried child

By Sarah Terzo A pro-life author wrote about an ambulance driver who saw a miscarriage: “I spoke with one person, a trained ambulance attendant for many years and mother of 5, who had witnessed a woman having a miscarriage in early pregnancy. She was astonished at the humanness of the perfectly formed child, but 4 …

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Abortion’s War on Miscarriage: Taking Back Our Children

By Kyle Townes For generations the abortion industry has directly impacted the way miscarriages are experienced across America. This includes the medical profession that has been deeply influenced by the language of the “pro-choice” movement to the point that women experiencing miscarriages are routinely told false information about their own children and that information impacts …

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How Pregnancy Loss Exposes Abortion’s Elephant in the Room

By Susanne Maynes Years ago, as I drove my three young boys across town one day, an image randomly popped into my mind. I saw a bedroom with three regular-sized beds in it. Along one wall stood two tiny additional beds. All the beds were made up in plain white sheets. I pondered the picture …

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The president of the largest abortion provider talks movingly about her miscarriage

By Dave Andrusko It’s a very personal story with a tragic beginning, a predictable conclusion between which the new president of Planned Parenthood goes hither and yon to weave together disparate arguments to reach the “correct” answer. The most important bottom line from Dr. Leana Wen’s op-ed in the Washington Post is that she very …

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Woman and her unborn baby survive attack intended to cause a miscarriage

26 weeks pregnant, woman and baby are “both fine” By Dave Andrusko On Sunday police in Northumberland, New York, arrested 39- year-old Stephen J. Miller, charging the man “with second-degree abortion, a felony, and misdemeanor reckless endangerment after he ‘repeatedly’ punched the abdomen of a woman he knows who is 26 weeks pregnant, according to …

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