Category Archives: Abortion Counseling

She saw her aborted child’s head

Lorijo Nerad, 28, Michigan-based national president of Women Exploited by Abortion (WEBA), told her abortion story: “If I knew what I know now, I never would have had my abortion. I thought it was the only way out. I was … Continue reading

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Abortion clinic worker: It felt like an assembly line

A clinic worker at Northern Women’s Clinic, a privately owned abortion clinic in New England said: “We began to feel we were on an assembly line. You have no real contact with the whole woman… One person prepped her, one … Continue reading

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British woman discovers abortion is killing when her baby survives abortion attempt

A woman named Margaret tells the story of her abortions. and how her daughter was born: “The first time I was 26 and involved with a married colleague, and after three months I found out that I was pregnant. At … Continue reading

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Woman describes her experience at abortion clinic

Victoria, who compiled a book of women’s stories about about abortion, wrote: “I telephoned the clinic and was told by the clinic that because I was so early in my pregnancy, I wasn’t carrying a “real” baby. Her exact words … Continue reading

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Woman has trauma, two miscarriages after abortion

Asked if the abortion facility told her about the emotional and physical risks of abortion, a post-abortion woman named Stella said: “No. [They] did not explain the emotional trauma post abortion. Small counseling afterward but did not explain damage done … Continue reading

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Clinic workers called baby “formless blob of tissue”

Kathryn Bretz tells the story of her abortion: “I specifically asked if this was a baby and was told ‘No, it’s a formless blob of tissue.’ No one told me that this was a tiny baby who would be ripped … Continue reading

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Post-Abortion woman from Texas: I was not informed

In an amicus brief submitted in the Supreme Court case WHOLE WOMAN’S HEALTH v. HELLERSTEDT, an affidavit was submitted that told the stories of post-abortion women. One testimony is: “I was not [informed of the nature and consequences of abortion]. All they … Continue reading

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Abortion worker: if you wanted this baby, you wouldn’t be crying

Author Bayla Ostrach interviewed abortion workers and women seeking abortions. She wrote about an abortion clinic worker named Jorge. Jorge “counseled” women who were ambivalent about going through with their abortions. Ostrach writes that Jorge: “routinely tells women “if this were a pregnancy … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood: continuing a pregnancy can be selfish

In Planned Parenthood’s Abortion: A Woman’s Guide, meant to inform a woman about her abortion options, it says: “… No matter how firmly a woman feels that abortion is the best choice for her, she almost surely will also feel some … Continue reading

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Abortion worker refuses to show ultrasound, won’t answer questions

One woman tells the story of her abortion: “I had an abortion 11 years ago. I had just turned 21. I was in college and I had been with a long term boyfriend, who I lived with for 3 years. … Continue reading

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