Coping with Your Abortion
There is no doubt that the decision to have an abortion is typically one of the most difficult a woman can make. Unfortunately, it can also come with several unintended consequences and leave the person in question struggling to work through unexpected thoughts or emotions.
If you have an abortion in your past that you have found it difficult to move on from, Hopeline PRC is here to help. We have met and consulted with many women in your situation, and we would encourage you to reach out to us and schedule an appointment.
Below, you will find a checklist of some of the most common thoughts and feelings someone in your position may have. Should you find yourself answering yes to any of these questions, please do not hesitate to reach out!
- Have you struggled to stop thinking about your abortion since your procedure?
- Do you feel a need to change the subject when abortion comes up in conversation?
- Do you struggle with self-forgiveness as it applies to your abortion?
- Do physical reminders of your abortion make you uncomfortable?
- Does it make you feel uncomfortable to be around children?
- Do certain times of the year (the anniversary of your procedure, for example) make you upset?
- Have you found yourself engaging in self-destructive behavior as a result of your abortion?
- Have you felt increasingly depressed since your abortion?
- Do you wish you had someone you trust to talk to about your abortion?
Schedule an appointment today to learn more about how we can help you recover and come to terms with an abortion in your past.