Category Archives: Emotional Impact on Providers

Abortionist had drinking problem

Judy was an abortion clinic worker working for an abortionist who was always drunk. When she got pregnant with a wanted baby, the abortionist promised he would be sober when he delivered her baby. He had no problem being drunk when … Continue reading

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Counselor talks about abortion workers’ trauma doing abortions

Mary Mullany, a British psychologist, describes how emotional problems plagued nurses who work at abortion facilities.  The graphic nature of the abortions they witnessed created discouragement and led to a high turnover rate. “My work as a Psychiatric Clinical Specialist … Continue reading

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Woman observing in abortion clinic becomes hardened

Magda Denes, who spent a year watching abortions and interviewing people at an abortion clinic, describes becoming numb to the horror of the procedures and the pain of the women: “In a month’s time I acquire a sort of wooden … Continue reading

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Abortionist’s daughter: “he is sadder now”

The daughter of one abortionist said: “It’s sort of sad, that society has forced him into this. He seems like a sadder person now than when his practice was delivering a lot of babies.” Tom Junod “THE ABORTIONIST” GQ February … Continue reading

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Abortion worker was “disturbed” by seeing body parts

Abortion clinic worker Ida Dupont: “The second trimester abortions were hard for me to deal with because they are admittedly a bit gory. …I remember witnessing one of these procedures and being disturbed at the sight of parts of a fetus … Continue reading

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Abortion nurses are “distressed” or “cynical and hard”

An author who interviewed abortionists and nurses who assisted in abortions says: “Abortion work is not easy. Late-term abortions are horrific. Nurses doing abortions after the first trimester of pregnancy either seem rather distressed by what is going on, or … Continue reading

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Late term abortion doctor: “You get burned out”

In an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer about babies born alive after abortions, journalists Liz Jeffries and Rick Edmonds wrote of a doctor who did late term abortions. The article says: “The psychological wear-and-tear from doing late abortions is obvious. Philadelphia’s Dr. Bolognese, … Continue reading

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Late term abortions run counter to preserving life

On how abortion affects nurses: “Dr. Nancy Kaltreider, an academic psychiatrist at the University of San Francisco, has found in several studies “an unexpectedly strong reaction” by the assisting staff to late-abortion procedures. For nurses, she hypothesizes, handling tissues that … Continue reading

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Fewer doctors are doing “difficult and upsetting” abortions

Richard Warren, honorary secretary of the RCOG (Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynecology) talks about the shortage of abortion doctors in Great Britain: “In the past, abortion was an accepted part of the workload. People did not like it but they … Continue reading

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Abortion worker troubled by late term abortions

An abortion worker explains how the abortionist she works with helps her deal with the graphic reality of late term abortions. Nobody likes doing abortions. The later abortions can be especially distressing. I was brought up as a Christian, and … Continue reading

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