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Are you struggling after having an abortion, months or even years later? Although everyone’s experience after an abortion is unique, there are common, long-lasting effects that many individuals experience.

Seeking support from an experienced facilitator is vital to beginning your healing journey. You deserve joy; you deserve to find peace again.

Post-Abortion Trauma

According to U.S News & World Report, if current trends continue, 43% of American women will have at least one abortion in their lifetime.

Since the legalization of abortion in 1973, there have been well over sixty-one million abortions performed in the United States alone, with one and a half million abortions performed each year, according to the statistics from the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia.

If you have had an abortion and are hurting, your feelings are common. Post-Abortion Trauma is an adverse emotional reaction to abortion. It is often a delayed reaction and can surface at any time in a person’s life, and when it does, it can be confusing, painful, and overwhelming.

Can You Relate to any of the Following?

  • Guilt, Shame, Depression, Despair
  • Frequent Crying, Anger, Rage
  • Suicidal Urges, Nightmares
  • Increase in Sexual Partners, Drug or Alcohol Abuse
  • Self-Hatred, Anorexia, Eating Disorders
  • Intense Desire to Become Pregnant Again
  • Difficulty Bonding with Your children

You Are Not Alone

It’s easy to feel like you are alone as you navigate the heaviness and difficulty that comes after abortion. Many people have been right where you are. There is hope and our caring team at LifeLine Pregnancy Center is here to help. 

Contact us if you want to talk with someone who understands and is ready to listen.

Am I Eligible for the Abortion Pill?

If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy, you may be curious about the abortion pill. While it may seem like a simple solution to an unexpected pregnancy, abortion is a serious medical decision and is not an option for every pregnant woman. For the sake of your health, it is vital to have your pregnancy and

What is the Difference Between a Blood and Urine Pregnancy Test?

Blood and urine pregnancy tests both work by detecting the hormone hCG (human gonadotropic hormone) in your body. A pregnancy begins to release hCG after it implants in the lining of the uterus, and with each day that passes, hCG levels rise to sustain a healthy pregnancy. While implantation of the pregnancy typically occurs between

I’m Afraid of How My Partner Will React to My Unplanned Pregnancy

A positive pregnancy test can send your mind racing. Maybe you just found out you’re pregnant, or you’ve known for a while, but preparing to share the news with your partner can be overwhelming. Before telling your partner that you’re pregnant, taking time to make a plan of how and where you’ll share the news