Category Archives: Abortion Counseling

Former abortion worker: I was told I was spending too much time with women

A former abortion clinic worker was told to spend less time talking to women in the abortion clinic: “I was often reprimanded for spending too much time talking to the girls on the phone or in counseling. Their philosophy was … Continue reading

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Survey: most post-abortion women wouldn’t want to abort again

The post-abortion organization, Open Arms, has been gathering information from abortive women since 1986. These items from their ongoing survey reflect data released in the spring of 1997: Reason for Abortion Social: 82% Economic: 9% Health: 5% Life: 1% Rape: … Continue reading

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Woman told her 11 week baby was “collection of cells”

A British woman spoke about the “counseling” she got before her abortion: “I went to see the BPAS [British Pregnancy Advisory Service]; the people I saw seemed impersonal, very businesslike in their attitude and there was no counseling… Although I … Continue reading

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Textbook for providers: adolescents have more postabortion trauma

In a textbook meant to teach future abortion workers, it says: “Adolescents can present the counsellor with sharply delineated views and feelings, they tend to be dissatisfied with the choice of abortion, viewing abortion as “wrong” and perhaps because of … Continue reading

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Abortion textbook: abortion minded women may still want to protect the baby

In a textbook for future abortion providers, it states that some women may decide on abortion and yet still want to protect their babies from harmful substances. These women would make an abortion appointment, but still avoid drinking or doing … Continue reading

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Woman regrets she wasn’t counseled before abortion

Looking back on her abortion, one woman said: “Had I been counseled properly concerning the pain and the development of my unborn child, I doubt that I would’ve chosen abortion. I was not forewarned of the health risks or the … Continue reading

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Abortion doula describes lying to woman

An abortion doula, who works in abortion facilities to comfort women as they have abortions, admits:  “Sometimes you are dishonest. In the beginning, I shadow a more experienced doula as she reassures a patient that the woman in the next … Continue reading

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Abortion Clinic workers got bonuses for selling abortions

An abortion clinic inspected in England was cited for paying employees bonuses based on how many women went through with their abortions. The clinic had “Key Performance Indicators” that they had to meet. The KPI mandated the number of abortions … Continue reading

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Abortion doula remembers woman who walked out

Abortion doula Whitney, who comforts women while their babies are killed in abortions, had an abortion herself. She remembers a woman walking out: “She remembers that on the day of her own abortion, a patient walked out  – just decided she wasn’t … Continue reading

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Abby Johnson on Planned Parenthood abortion quotas

In a webcast by And Then There Were None, former Planned parenthood director Abby Johnson talks about Planned Parenthood abortion quotas: “There’s a quota for everything. So why wouldn’t there be a quota for abortion, right? Because that’s just another … Continue reading

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