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They find themselves struggling to turn off the bad feelings connected with an abortion that may have occurred as long as two or three decades ago.
And yet the pain persists Many have experienced a dull "psychological numbing" over the years since the abortion, and they have trouble allowing themselves to feel the normal "ups" and "downs" of life, in an effort to protect themselves from the pain.
Some women have a lot of anxiety about later fertility and childbearing. They ask themselves, "Will I be able to become pregnant again?
Women coming from a Judeo-Christian world view, particularly, are always waiting for the other shoe to drop--for God to punish them for their abortion choice by not allowing them to have a healthy child.
Eating disorders, substance abuse, and other forms of self-abuse have been frequently noted by the counselors who work with post-abortion women.
And, sadly, many of these women have come to believe that they deserve every bad thing that has happened to them since the abortion.
Recently, therapists who specialize in post-abortion counseling have noticed an influx of men coming to counselors, expressing their grief over a past abortion.
In addition to all the issues faced by the woman, a man may be dealing with incredible anger over his inability to have stopped his wife or girlfriend from aborting his child.
Or he may be experiencing a tremendous amount of guilt for not having done more to express his desire for the woman to carry their child to term.
Or he may be feeling endless remorse for having been the one to force the abortion decision. In any case, the sense of failure to provide and protect his child can provoke feelings of emasculation and utter defeat.
First of all, I want you to understand how post-abortion stress develops. Millions of women become pregnant every year. The news of a positive pregnancy test is joyous if the couple has decided this is a good time in their relationship to have a child.
But all too often, the news is bad news: the woman is unmarried, or in an unsupportive relationship, or is experiencing incredible financial hardship, or is not finished with school.
If anything or anyone in that woman's world points toward terminating the life of her child, she is immediately thrown into an incredible crisis of the soul.
On the one hand, every maternal instinct within her cries out to nurture and protect the little life growing inside her.
But on the other hand, her circumstances may be so overwhelming that she just can not face everything that would come with having a baby.
This moral dilemma is agonizing. And every day that passes, she knows the baby is getting bigger and that the decision will become harder to make.
The intense need for an immediate solution wins out, and she has the abortion. After the procedure, she's likely to experience astonishing feelings of relief because the crisis has been resolved--for better or worse.
But if, somewhere deep in her heart, she believed it was a human being that she destroyed, the moral dilemma arises again. Only now it's too late. She can't reverse the procedure.
The baby is gone. All that's left is either to grieve or stuff the guilt and shame down deep inside. And most women unconsciously choose to repress the pain because they don't know how to live with the knowledge that they ended the life of their own child.
Sometimes a woman can repress the pain so effectively for so many years that by the time she finally seeks counseling, she can no longer remember exactly how many abortions she had, or what year it happened, or the father's name, or which clinic she had it in.
The mind is very accommodating in allowing us to push away deeply disturbing thoughts, but a price is paid. It takes a tremendous amount of emotional energy to keep repressing these painful memories.
And as that woman gets older, and as normal life stresses begin adding up, it gets harder and harder to keep everything stuffed down.
You may be reading this because you feel like you've just about run out of ways to keep the painful feelings about the abortion bottled up anymore.
I've counseled hundreds of post-abortion women over the past decade and most of the time our first session begins with a woman blurting out something like, "I feel like I'm going crazy--is this how the beginning of insanity feels?
She is so tired of fighting the self-condemnation. Is this woman you? Sometimes her guilt has turned into physical anxiety, and she is experiencing irritability, disturbed sleep patterns, and even panic attacks.
Above all, she has learned how to make herself emotionally numb in an effort to protect herself from ever being hurt again.
This emotional "flatlining" has, by this point, greatly impaired her ability to form and maintain close interpersonal relationships--especially with a marriage partner.
She may be quite depressed by the time she finally seeks help--even to the point of thinking about just ending it all. Post-abortion women can also unconsciously punish themselves through all kinds of destructive behaviors--eating disorders, alcohol and drug abuse, entering into abusive relationships, becoming promiscuous, or failing to take care of themselves medically.
Does any of this sound familiar to you? Are you weary of living with the painful memories of a past abortion decision? I would love to help you begin working through the ache in your heart.
I want to tell you that thousands of women have already experienced healing, and you can, too.
The tasks of healing for the damaged emotions following an abortion include dealing with the guilt, working through the anger, allowing yourself to grieve for the loss of your baby, and finally, learning to live with the ongoing memories and feelings.
GUILT: Women who come in for post-abortion counseling talk a lot about their feelings of guilt, especially in the beginning sessions.
One of the many babies saved through this website. I just wanted to write a quick note to say thank you. I was supposed to have an abortion today and I was up all last night researching abortions on the internet.
I came upon your site and couldn't stop thinking about it. It had a profound effect on me. I still went to the clinic and went through the blood testing and watched their video As soon as I saw my child on the ultrasound I knew I couldn't do it.
The clinic can absolutely NOT convince me that that living child inside me wasn't going to feel anything. I saw the heart beating, and he moved his little hands almost like a wave.
I think god intervened and sent me a message that I was about to make the biggest mistake of my life. My nurse was very compassionate which I thought was odd I asked her for a picture of my baby and she explained that she wasn't allowed to do that.
She also explained that she wasn't supposed to show me the ultrasound screen either. Well, she broke the rules and gave me a picture anyway.
Thanks to the nurse at the clinic and to your video I made the right decision. I'll be having the baby in 7 months and am looking forward to meeting my little miracle in person.
Wonderful are Thy works and my soul knows it very well. My frame was not hidden from Thee, when I was made in secret. And skillfully wrought in the depths of the earth.Rating details. All that's left is either to grieve or stuff the guilt and shame Wann Kommt Pitch Perfect 2 Raus deep inside. Now I see why this series is so well-loved! Many crime novels are a bit same-same if you know what I mean, it's kind of hard to add elements that make it stand out from the rest on the shelves. About Angela Marsons. This is a well plotted and paced mystery set in the Black Country area with which I have at least some historical familiarity thanks to Peaky Blinders. I was given an advanced copy of the dubut novel Silent Scream by Angela Kajmak by Netgallery in exchange for an honest review. We begin with a creepy prologue Ulrike Kriener Nackt five people have jointly dug a grave for Silent Scream and have agreed to keep it Hochzeit Zu Dritt Stream. But how?