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  • Title: Rachel's Vineyard Ministries
    Descriptive info: .. Africa.. Asia.. Australia.. North America.. Latin America.. Europe.. Join Theresa and Kevin Burke at the pro-life freedom rides, July 23-24 MORE.. Q&A Home.. Ask a Question.. Welcome Men.. Email Buddies.. Testimonies.. Articles.. Donations.. Volunteer.. Abortion's Impact.. Symptoms.. Stories.. International.. Headquarters.. Email Support.. Media Center.. Upcoming Clinical Trainings.. & Speaking Engagements.. Start a Rachel's Vineyard.. Rachel's Vineyard.. Team Training.. What is Rachel's Vineyard.. Biographies.. Endorsements.. Newsletter.. Brochures, Booksmarks, Bumper Stickers.. Books/Materials.. Links.. Find a Retreat.. About Retreats.. USA.. International.. Vine & Branches.. Oak Trees.. Course Catalogue.. Leadership Conferences.. Recommended Reading.. Multimedia.. Other Organizations.. General.. Clinical.. Theresa Burke, PhD.. Kevin Burke, MSS, LSW.. Fr.. Frank Pavone.. Our Staff.. Retreat Stories.. Tell Your Story.. By Location.. By Date.. Ghost in the House.. The Visit by the Shore.. Out of Despair.. To Peter.. For My Daughter.. Circles of Healing.. Women and Roses.. Cameroon.. Russia.. Taiwan.. England.. Ireland.. Northern Ireland.. Portugal.. Spain.. Canada.. Chile.. Mexico.. Uruguay.. Ecuador.. Description.. Retreat Questions.. Memorial Service.. Letters/Poems/Prayers.. Home.. Retreats.. Emotions.. Q A.. For Men.. About Us.. Training Edu.. Books/Resources.. Support Our Work.. Contact Us.. Welcome to Rachel's Vineyard Healing the pain of abortion one weekend at a time.. Latest News.. Retreat Schedules:.. Now posted for 2013.. View.. Español.. View.. Français.. Une entrevue avec le Dr Theresa Burke, fondatrice de la Vigne de Rachel.. Cliquez ici.. V.. oir.. Leadership Conference 2011; Classes-Speaker Bios/CD order form.. Current e-newsletter Vine Branches.. Dr.. Theresa Burke- Meeting with the Pope.. Rachel's Vineyard Youtube.. Course Catalogue.. Ask the Experts:.. Get answers to your questions about post abortion health, emotions, relationships, men's issues, etc.. More.. I had an abortion and found healing.. Email me.. Companions on the Journey.. An online community for those who  ...   the Psychological and Spiritual Impact of Abortion.. This is a 9 DVD set that comes with one course guide.. Sharing the Heart of Christ.. The nature of abortion trauma requires a team approach to treatment with.. Clergy, Counselors and Laity working together.. In this book, abortion is presented as a.. relational wound exploring the effects on Marriage and family life and special chapters address unique issues for clergy in their ministry.. This book is for Priests, Deacons, Counselors and Laity in ministry to those suffering after abortion and in need of emotional and spiritual healing.. Click here to order.. Do not continue to live in the shame, fear or.. numbness call our toll-free national hotlines:.. Rachel's Vineyard: 877 HOPE 4 ME (877-467-3463).. National Hotline for Abortion Recovery:.. 866-482-LIFE (866-482-5433).. Rachel's Vineyard is a safe place.. to renew, rebuild and redeem hearts broken by abortion.. Weekend retreats offer you a supportive, confidential and non-judgmental environment where women and men can express, release and reconcile painful post-abortive emotions to begin the process of restoration, renewal and healing.. Rachel's Vineyard can help you.. find your inner voice.. It can help you experience God's love and compassion on a profound level.. It creates a place where men and women can share, often for the first time, their deepest feelings about abortion.. You are allowed to dismantle troubling secrets in an environment of emotional and spiritual safety.. Rachel's Vineyard is therapy.. for the soul.. Participants, who have been trapped in anger toward themselves or others, experience forgiveness.. Peace is found.. Lives are restored.. A sense of hope and meaning for the future is finally re-discovered.. Healing the pain of abortion one weekend at a time..

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  • Title: Rachel's Vineyard - Retreats byDate - Australia
    Descriptive info: Puerto Rico.. Q A Home.. Abortion s Impact.. headquarters.. Start a Rachel s Vineyard.. Rachel s Vineyard.. Vine Branches.. Frank Pavone, MEV.. Contact.. Retreats by Date - Australia.. Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.. ©2013 Rachel's Vineyard Ministries..

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  • Title: Rachel's Vineyard - Retreats by Location - Australia
    Descriptive info: Retreats by Location - Australia..

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  • Title: Rachel's Vineyard - Ask a Question
    Descriptive info: Ask an Expert.. Select a category below to read questions and answers.. Search Questions.. Our Experts.. Ask a Priest.. Questions you want to ask a priest related to abortion.. Answers by:.. Scott Daniels.. Victor Capriolo.. Mental Health.. Anxiety, depression and other mental health issues related to abortion.. Theresa Burke, PhD, LPC, NCP.. Katherina A.. Nikzad-Terhune, Ph.. D.. , LCSW.. Robert R.. Cassman, MA, LPCC, NCC, CCMHC.. El Viñedo de Raquel Experiencia.. Eugenia Hadley.. Pregunte a un Sacerdote.. Haga una pregunta en español.. Victor K.. Salomon.. Encouragement.. For those who need emotional support.. Lee Anne Martinez, BA..  ...   DCSW, LCSW-C, CT.. Sexual Abuse.. Issues related to the connection between sexual abuse and abortion.. Law & Legal Advocacy.. Legal issues related to abortion.. James T.. Owens, Esq.. Substance Abuse.. Substance abuse and addictions related to abortion.. Susan Swander, BA, JD.. Marriage & Annulment.. When abortion is a factor in a failing marriage.. Deacon Neil A.. Crispo.. The Rachel's Vineyard Experience.. What you can expect from a Rachel's Vineyard weekend.. Kevin Burke, MSS/LSW, MEV.. Men's Issues/Lost Fatherhood.. Men's issues related to abortion.. Jason Baier.. Women’s Health.. Physical health complications related to abortion.. Cortney Davis, RN APRN..

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  • Title: Rachel's Vineyard - Ask a Question
    Descriptive info: Ask an Expert - Submit a Question.. Use the form below to submit your question.. All questions and answers will be posted on the Rachel's Vineyard.. website unless specified otherwise.. Questions marked Make Private will be answered via email and will not be posted on the website.. Select an appropriate  ...   would rather, you can use a screen name: Anonymous, Jane in Chicago, etc.. ).. Email Address:.. (if you would like to receive a notice when your question has been answered).. Invalid email.. Question Topic:.. Enter a topic.. Your Question:.. Enter a question.. Make Private:.. Submit Question.. Back to Forum List..

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  • Title: Rachel's Vineyard - The Rachel's Vineyard Men's Page
    Descriptive info: The Rachel's Vineyard Men's Page.. We express a warm welcome to those men who have been involved in any way with abortion.. We hope the information in this section will help you to begin to make sense of your experience and assist you in your journey to healing.. Now Available.. Redeeming a Father's Heart: Men Share Powerful Stories of Abortion Loss and Recovery.. Redeeming A Father s Heart presents the powerful stories of 10 courageous men with the common desire to present the truth of their abortion experience and the consequences of this life changing decision.. These stories are exciting and moving testimonies that journey deep into the heart of male post abortion pain ultimately revealing the miraculous power of God s saving power.. (.. Read More and Learn How to Order.. ).. Your Role in the Abortion-Symptoms of Male Post Abortion Grief and more.. Rachel s Vineyard Retreats-For Men Too?.. Suffering Because of an Abortion You Could Not Stop?.. Can I Attend the Rachel s Vineyard Weekend Retreat with My Spouse?.. Married to A Post Abortive Woman?.. Stuck in a Cycle of Repeating Self Destructive Behaviors?.. Perhaps sexual dysfunction was part of your suffering after abortion--here's the story of a couple featured on.. Dr Phil's Show.. Interview with Kevin Burke, LSW, Co Founder of Rachel s Vineyard Ministries.. - Click here.. Resources For Healing.. Men are Welcome on Rachel s Vineyard Retreats.. The Retreats are for any woman or man suffering after abortion.. Here s feedback from a woman retreat participant revealing the special blessing that men bring to the retreat:.. I used to consider post abortion healing only a woman's issue.. As you know, men grieve too.. but I never knew that.. I can't tell you how much the presence of men on the Rachel's Vineyard Retreats has helped me to heal.. Abortion divides us.. It divides mother from child and severs the love in many relationships.. Through journeying with men in Rachel's Vineyard, I finally realized that I can forgive the many men in my past who had let me down.. I have been able to accomplish this because of the strength and courage I have witnessed  ...   to share about your loss.. Can I Attend a Retreat with.. M.. y Wife?.. Yes! Couples who attend a retreat with their spouse report an increase in communication, intimacy, and trust in their relationship-areas negatively impacted by abortion.. We understand that each couple is different, there are situations where attending as a couple is not possible or desirable, and sometimes each person can be at different stages of their healing journey.. However don t be afraid to ask your spouse to accompany you on the retreat, especially if you are both parents of the aborted child.. Even if your spouse was not involved in the abortion(s), there is still a great benefit to attending the retreat together.. Married to a Post Abortive Woman?.. If you love a woman who experienced abortion before you met her, you might find your current relationship with her is being impacted by some of her symptoms.. These can include fear of pregnancy and parenting, trouble with intimacy, inability to enjoy sex, rejection of the love you try to give her because she does not feel worthy of your tenderness and affection.. We invite you to explore offering the retreat to your wife as a gift and assure her that you would like to accompany her as she goes to deal with this painful event in her history.. I never knew my wife had suffered so much pain over an abortion she had before I met her.. It was a real eye opener to attend the Rachel's Vineyard Retreat with her and offer my support in an area of her life where there was so much secret grief.. Our marriage has truly been blessed.. We are closer now than we have ever been and I had the privilege of being able to spiritually adopt her child during the Memorial Service.. Mike.. Theresa Burke is the author of.. Forbidden Grief.. , and developed the Rachel's Vineyard Retreat Process.. This section from Forbidden Grief on.. Traumatic Re-enactment.. may shed some light on some of the ways we can act out on our unresolved abortion pain, or to help us understand a loved one who is suffering from abortion trauma..

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  • Title: Rachel's Vineyard - E-mail Buddies
    Descriptive info: E-mail Buddies.. John.. is 45.. He and his wife live with two of their children in Virginia, and their oldest son is in the United States Marine Corps.. [more].. Scott.. is 45 years old is married and has one daughter.. He is an ordained minister with the Pentecostal Assemblies and operates a soup kitchen on skid row.. Jim.. is.. 50, a full time hospital chaplain in Minneapolis, MN.. Graham.. 5.. 6.. ,.. twice married, and lives near Portland, OR.. John.. He is a regional vice president of service within the office products industry.. John and his wife have been married for 25 years.. They had an abortion together 28 years ago in 1975.. After 25 years of silence between them about their abortion experience (not one word of it spoken for 25 years), John dared to break the silence after seeing a notice for a Rachel's Vineyard retreat.. They discovered a shared desire to break the silence and to seek understanding of why.. Together, they experienced the healing Grace of God's reconciling love for them and felt the love between them grow in the truth and fullness of acknowledged life.. Today, they share a vocation together in post-abortion ministry.. top.. He is an ordained minister with the Pentecostal Assemblies and operates a soup kitchen on skid  ...   in the Twin Cities.. He is active in the charismatic renewal, in the Secular Carmelites, and he is also the primary chaplain for the Twin Cities Courage and Encourage ministries to those with same sex attraction and their families.. Jim can especially help with questions you may have about Church related and bio-ethics related issues.. is 56 years old, twice married, and lives near Portland, Oregon.. More than 30 years ago, he did not stop the abortion that cost him his only biological child and eventually the relationship with that child's mother.. After the abortion, Graham told no one, not family, not friends, not his first wife, nor his current wife of 20 years.. He suffered alone in denial of the grief and shame caused by the abortion.. Through God's Grace and Love, Graham was led, in mid-2006, to Calvary Chapel, a non-denominational Christian fellowship, where a series of events began that led him to a Rachel's Vineyard retreat in 2007 where his healing journey began in earnest.. Since that retreat, Graham has been active with the Oregon Rachel's Vineyard team, and has participated in several radio and television interviews discussing the importance of a man's acknowledgement of his abortion and the necessity for healing the grief and other emotions that linger long after the event..

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  • Title: Rachel's Vineyard - Testimonies
    Descriptive info: After struggling alone for years with the guilt, shame and remorse of my involvement with my girlfriend's decision to abort our child I finally found a ministry that recognized my need to get help.. Rachel's Vineyard provided a place where I could voice my pain and guilt amongst others who validated my emotional response to a very difficult experience.. The acceptance of the women there was especially helpful because I felt I had hurt my girlfriend so badly that all women would despise me if they knew what I had done.. Their understanding and acceptance helped me to move a little further in forgiving myself and in being able to love others in my life in a deeper way.. My current wife and daughter benefited from my willingness to deal with this deep secret of my past.. I thank Rachel's Vineyard for allowing the unconditional love and acceptance to be present that was needed for me to release the pain that was hindering my relationships in the present.. A Couples Story.. The couple that came had been to marriage counseling in the past (they gave me permission to share with you and others their story).. They had separated several times; each had had affairs during their shaky marriage.. The marriage was still on shaky ground when they came.. Emotionally they remained distant because of the pain.. One of the only reasons they stayed together was because of their children, born after the abortion.. Their shared Christian faith also helped them continue to struggle to stay together.. They came to the realization that it wasn't so much a marriage problem between them as it was an abortion problem.. They came to RV, admitting that they do have love for one another, but didn't know how to get past the barrier that abortion brought to their lives.. Not knowing how to love anymore.. As they put it, We're empty.. And so they came to our retreat.. The husband said of his rock, I've been carrying this rock for 14 years.. I've been emotionally dead for that long.. I throw myself into my work, which alienates me from my wife, and it causes her to be angry, but I don't know what else to do.. She has had some post-abortion help, but I don't know how to heal.. We don't know how to heal our marriage.. Another thing the husband said is that since the abortion he never knew who he was as husband and provider.. He never knew what he was supposed to be and to do so he threw himself into his work.. He said his identity-who he was- was all taken from him and he never felt whole.. never felt he was, who he was supposed to be since the abortion.. He said, I know I was never there for her during the pregnancy, I accept my part of the responsibility, I know she made the final decision because of me and our shaky relationship (he was in the service at the time), but that was the day I died.. I've been dead for 14 years.. During the Lazarus exercise, something beautiful happened.. When the team came to wrap a part of their body they had chosen, the wife decided to have her left hand wrapped.. She said, This is the hand that my wedding ring is on, and I want to see our marriage restored.. He said, You have to wrap my heart.. it is just broken.. It's been broken ever since I got the call that the abortion was over and my child was gone.. So we wrapped accordingly.. After prayer, when we got around to the unwrapping, two of the team went to the wife to unwrap  ...   determined I was healed and started Fatherhood Forever to help others find hope and healing as I had.. Since then I've met so many wonderful people in pro-life and post-abortive ministries.. I've had the privilege of helping others on their path to healing.. I've been honored to share my story before groups of pro-lifers, churches, youth and the general public.. In February I had the opportunity to attend a Rachel's Vineyard weekend retreat.. I attended the retreat on the basis that I would learn more about this ministry listed in our Men's Recovery Network and to see if it was something I'd be interested in helping.. with.. My sole purpose for attending was to conduct "research.. " Little did I realize what I had gotten myself into.. When I arrived at the retreat, I put on a big smile and acted as though I had no concerns about what would.. happen during the weekend.. I'll admit I was a bit nervous, but couldn't put my finger on the reason why.. I was relieved to discover I wasn't the only guy that would be attending.. The retreat location was absolutely beautiful and I was soon at ease with the whole idea of spending the weekend there.. That is until the retreat officially started.. Within minutes of starting, I found myself putting up barriers.. I become stone-faced and sat with my arms crossed in defiance, attempting to resist any emotion the staff might be trying to pull from me.. "I'm already healed," I thought to myself.. "There's.. nothing.. they can do or say to make me think otherwise.. " My pride got the best of me to the point that I felt compelled to express my "discomfort" with one of the staff members during a break.. Her simple words of comfort and understanding quickly put me at ease.. When I went to bed that night, I told myself that although I was going to be strong, I would at least be more open tomorrow.. And then tomorrow arrived.. So much for strong.. I cam to realize that I still had a great deal of unresolved anger toward the mother of my child, who I thought I had forgiven, and guilt for not being able to prevent the abortion.. But my emotional breaking point was when I discovered I still had sorrow and despair buried deep within my heart.. I hadn't cried that had since the day I told my child.. I cried not only for the loss of my child, but for having fooled myself into believing I was healed.. I was angry and ashamed with myself.. It was at my lowest point of the weekend that nothing short of a miracle occurred.. I was suddenly overcome.. a sense of peace that I had only experienced once before in my life.. I embraced these emotions and let all my pain and anger go.. For the first time ever, I was able to see clearly and know that I had reason to be happy rather than mourn.. I was able to put to rest all those thoughts and feelings that were holding me.. back.. from being the person I was meant to be.. My eyes were fully opened.. Since the retreat, I've had new revelations and convictions that have paved the way for a brighter future.. I've discovered truths I had been blind to in the past which have raised me up in faith and hope.. February has always been a difficult month for me, but this year instead of grieving over my loss, I rejoiced in what I had gained.. If you are post-abortive, I whole heartedly encourage you to attend a Rachel's Vineyard retreat.. There's so much to be gained from it..

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  • Title: Rachel's Vineyard - Support Rachel's Vineyard -- help us grow
    Descriptive info: Volunteer Registration Form.. Thank you so much for expressing your interest in volunteering; it is always a blessing for us to hear from people who have a heart for reaching out to those who have been hurt by abortion.. It is our hope that through your time here with us, that you will grow with us as all the members of the Rachel s Vineyard family move forward on our spiritual journey.. Please take a moment to fill out the following survey.. In getting to know you, we hope to help you find a place in our ministry that will not only be of great benefit to us, but will also fit your interests and help you grow in the love of God.. You may also download the form here:.. PDF version.. /.. Word version.. First Name:.. Required.. Last Name:.. Address:.. City:.. State:.. Choose a State.. Alabama.. Alaska.. Arizona.. Arkansas.. California.. Colorado.. Connecticut.. D.. C.. Delaware.. Florida.. Georgia.. Hawaii.. Idaho.. Illinois.. Indiana.. Iowa.. Kansas.. Kentucky.. Louisiana.. Maine.. Maryland.. Massachusetts.. Michigan.. Minnesota.. Mississippi.. Missouri.. Montana.. Nebraska.. Nevada.. New Hampshire.. New Jersey.. New Mexico.. New York.. North  ...   would like to volunteer for our organization:.. Please list any experience you may have had in post-abortion ministry or counseling, or any.. other applicable experience you would like to share:.. If you would like to share any other important information about yourself, please do so here:.. Volunteering Opportunities.. At Rachel s Vineyard, there are an almost infinite amount of ways in which to get involved.. Here we have listed just a few of the ways that you can join our ministry.. Please choose the areas of most interest to you.. If you have an idea on how to serve in our ministry that is not listed below, please feel free to write it down in the section provided.. (Please note that if you wish to assist on a Rachel s Vineyard retreat, you must first attend as a participant.. Arrangements can be made if you are interested!).. Administrative/Office Help Database.. Management Assistance.. Assist at Rachel’s Vineyard Fundraising Events.. Promote Rachel’s Vineyard Locally.. Assist on a Local Retreat Team.. Research/Compiling Articles.. Graphic Design.. Hotline Counselor.. Help Crafting Retreat Props (Bereavement Dolls, Angel Ornaments, etc.. ).. Your ideas:..

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  • Title: Rachel's Vineyard - Abortions Impact
    Descriptive info: Abortions Impact.. How abortion affected me.. The abortion ruined my self-esteem.. I do not stand up for my beliefs and rely heavily upon what others think I should do and or be, and especially if they are well-educated, I feel they are more knowledgeable and are able to make better decisions then myself.. Linda.. My abortion has left me with a feeling of emptiness.. I feel as though I am not as good as everyone else because of what I did.. I went against everything I believed in because I lacked courage.. I am angry at him, at my friends, and especially at myself.. This Christmas, my baby would have been born.. I can't stop thinking about it.. I just keep picturing my baby.. Marguerite.. I feel unholy, guilty and selfish.. I feel I have failed the Lord and my upbringing.. I still can't believe I could have done what I did.. I want to feel I have been forgiven, and I will be in heaven with the Lord.. Gerry.. The abortion that I have had.. has caused me to shut out all emotional contact with both men and women.. I am so afraid of opening myself up to a relationship for fear of getting hurt.. I feel like I have done the worst kind of evil in this world -- murder -- and to think that I did not even know then that it was murder.. I knew but I didn't feel.. How could I have been so unaware, uncaring, insensitive, stupid? --.. Patricia.. My abortion has left me with a empty place.. in my heart and life.. My family feels somewhat incomplete, when we are all home together, I get the sense that someone is so definitely missing.. I have felt a great deal of sorrow and regret over the effect this has had on all of us.. As a mother, I struggle with the reality that I destroyed my child.. Teresa.. This abortion has affected me.. by making me feel so much less about myself.. It has made me feel I don't deserve to live.. I have hurt myself, by burning, cutting or any other type of self mutilation so I can feel alive.. I have been so numb.. I want to live a normal life and I want my daughter to be able to grow up without me being a constant shield over her.. I feel she may be taken from me for what I have done and that I must protect her.. I want a happy normal life for her and for myself.. Lisa.. The abortion has caused me to be depressed.. for the past 12 years (since the abortion).. It has interfered with my bonding relationship with my children, especially the oldest.. However, it has continued to interfere with the rest of my relationships, including my ability to love (freely) my husband.. And, of course, it has decreased my self-esteem which was low to begin with.. I have an overwhelming  ...   feel worthy of God's love or forgiveness.. Last year, I found that forgiveness.. I accepted God's forgiveness -- it was always there.. I also forgave myself.. I have not accepted these children as mine -- probably because of how they got here -- through incest.. Catherine.. My abortion has left me empty,.. alone and in despair.. It has taken me to a place I almost couldn't come back from.. The self-hatred I see every time I look in the mirror has been my constant companion for the last ten years.. Lori.. The lies have affected me the most:.. the Big Lie that it all is and all the tangled webs of lies that make it up, compromise it and cover it up.. The truth is that I have been affected; one of the lies is that you just move on unaffected.. My heart turned cold.. I just strived to survive in an empty existence - not a true life.. I pretended I wasn't hurt but I was terribly so.. Anne.. I now realize that the abortion made me lose.. a part of myself that I never knew was there -- a trusting and loving person towards others and myself.. It built up a wall towards those who were involved.. I have seen a side of them that was more selfish than anything.. My experience took a part of myself that I lost for years.. Susan.. One thing that my abortion has done to me.. is to cause or encourage an eating disorder.. I know my abortion has caused much self-hatred that was expressed in my eating disorder and many other problems.. Anonymous.. It was the summer I turned 15--not even in high school yet.. The guy was older and bad news.. I was scared.. My mother said I couldn't have the baby.. I didn't know what I wanted except that I wanted it to be over, one way or the other.. Now, 25 years later and after the birth of my first child at the age of 40, the realization of what I had done back then is almost.. incomprehensible.. All these years I never gave it much of a thought, as though it didn't even happen, and it was the right thing to do.. Now I am filled with regret, loss and guilt.. Every time I look at my beautiful son, I am reminded of the baby that never had a chance.. I feel I don't deserve any relief from my guilt and pain, it is my punishment for taking a life, the life of MY OWN child.. I realize I am now looking at it with the eyes of an adult and not a teen.. Who knows how it would have turned out.. But, that is the point.. it could have turned out just fine.. I will never know.. Julie.. The Eliott Institute.. is an excellent site for additional information on the after-effects of abortion, including in-depth research on post-abortion issues and other resources..

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  • Title: Rachel's Vineyard - Symptoms of Post-Abortion Trauma
    Descriptive info: Symptoms of Post-Abortion Trauma.. Bouts of crying.. Depression.. Guilt.. Inability to forgive yourself.. Intense grief / sadness.. Anger / rage.. Emotional numbness.. Sexual problems or promiscuity.. Eating disorders.. Lowered self esteem.. Drug and alcohol abuse.. Nightmares and sleep disturbances.. Suicidal urges.. Difficulty with relationships.. Anxiety and panic attacks.. Flashbacks.. Multiple abortions.. Pattern of repeat crisis pregnancy.. Discomfort around babies or pregnant women.. Fear / ambivalence of pregnancy..

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