AbortionEducation.com Provides Support for Those Seeking an Abortion or Those Who Have Had an Abortion and To Give a Voice to Society's Most Vulnerable and Innocent Victims.
AbortionEducation.com Provides Support for Those Seeking an Abortion or Those Who Have Had an Abortion and To Give a Voice to Society's Most Vulnerable and Innocent Victims
 

Had an Abortion? Need Help?

It already happened.

Just remember this.

Life may seem out of control, but it isn’t. You are actually very much in control and by even showing up at this site, you’ve proved you are willing to explore the options and find out what is best.

We applaud you.

Maybe someone was pressuring you; maybe you weren’t given all the information; maybe you realized what you were doing and saw no clear way out. But you were scared and had you known then what you know now, you would have done things differently. No one told you about the depression, the panic attacks, the times of remorse so deep you wondered if you’d ever emerge. The counselor at the clinic didn’t tell you that your abortion might someday be something you’d call, “the biggest mistake of my life.”

You’re not alone. There are millions who belong to a group called “post-abortive women.” According to the Guttmacher Institute, by the time a woman reaches the age of 45, one in three will have undergone an abortion. A recent survey was distributed to 111 post-abortive women. After their abortion, the majority of them experienced guilt, depression, anger, sorrow, remorse, feelings of unworthiness, self-condemnation and loneliness. Almost half experienced a loss of dignity and self-esteem. This is called Post Abortion Syndrome. And it’s real.

Have you tried to wear a brave face since your abortion? You’re not alone there either. There seems to be a prevalent thought that you should be able to simply walk away unscathed from an abortion experience, patting yourself on the back for making an intelligent choice regarding your schooling or your career. And if you can’t do that, well, maybe you’re just emotionally unstable. But you know the truth. You remember that moment, soon after the abortion, when you faced yourself in the mirror and admitted to yourself what actually happened in there. Or maybe it’s hitting you right now, months or years later.

Nobody told you that when you got ready to “start your family” you would constantly remember your first baby. Nameless and never to be acknowledged. Even when you were rejoicing over your first child’s birth, you couldn’t help but grieve over your “real” first child. After holding that baby in your arms, suddenly no one could convince you, not even yourself, that abortion was the best choice because you couldn’t get around the truth that you ended a life. Now, looking down at this new life, every justification seems inadequate.

Don’t despair. There is life and healing after an abortion. You don’t need to carry this heavy load forever. You can find forgiveness from God, and believe it or not, yourself. There are post-abortive women who have made it their calling to reach out to you. They’ve been there and they understand. Isn’t it time to set your feet on the path to restoration? Despite what you may think, you deserve to heal, to be set free, and to move forward into a life where the emptiness and pain can be eclipsed by hope and healing.

This website will provide a wide range of assistance. Please take a few minutes and visit them.

http://www.silentnomoreawareness.org

The National Silent No More Awareness Campaign is an effort to make the public aware of the devastation abortion brings to women, men, and their families. The emotional and physical pain of abortion will no longer be shrouded in secrecy and silence, but rather exposed and healed. This effort is a key to make abortion unthinkable and persuade society that women deserve better than abortion.

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