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How to Deal with Post-Abortion Pain

Following an abortion, it’s not unusual for the baby’s mother – and often the father – to struggle with feelings of guilt and grief. If you’re in this position, we want to encourage you with the assurance that healing is possible. This collection of resources is full of comforting guidance to help you through this difficult time.

Abortion Changes You

This confidential space is for those who are touched by abortion, whether the experience happened recently or years ago.
Abortion Changes You is a refuge for those who wish to tell their story and begin the process of healing.

After Abortion Support

There is no right or wrong way to feel after your abortion. Every woman’s experience is unique. Some women feel relieved, and some women regret their decision right away. Some women have deep feelings of loss, and others may not feel much at all.

Finding Healing and Hope After an Abortion

Author and speaker Patricia Layton describes how God has helped her find emotional and psychological healing after an abortion she had when she was younger, offering encouragement and hope to women who are struggling with similar pain. Pat also discusses her ministry to post-abortive women and dismantles the cultural lie that "abortion hurts no one." (Part 1 of 2)

Dealing With the Trauma of a Past Abortion

Do you feel alone with the memory of an abortion you chose to have? If so, you’re actually not alone! Thirty-three percent of American women have an abortion at some point, but hardly any of them ever talk about it.

Lisa Luby Ryan | I Am Second

Lisa Luby Ryan wanted the perfect life: children who adored her and a husband that would protect, guide and love her. But things didn't turn out that...

Men and Abortion

Our Mission - To promote emotional healing for men who have lost a child to abortion, and to create awareness among the counseling community, the pro-life movement and society as a whole regarding the impact of abortion on millions of these hurting fathers.

A Solitary Sorrow

This impressive book is written by a family therapist and a physician who have counseled hundreds of post-abortive women. Honest, accurate, and practical, it offers hope and encouragement to women seeking healing after abortion. A must for post-abortive women, their friends and family, pregnancy center counselors and other who seek to help.

When it’s Not Too Late: Can the Abortion Pill be Reversed? - Focus on the Family

Even if you’ve already taken the abortion pill, it might not be too late to reverse the effects of a chemical abortion.

Stephen Arterburn: Every Abortion Involves at Least One Man - Focus on the Family

After Stephen Arterburn got a girl pregnant and pressured her to have an abortion, he came to the realization that very abortion involves at least one man

Lessons From a Teenage Abortion Accomplice - Focus on the Family

For weeks now, I’ve been reading troubling headlines like this. And scrolling through post after post by concerned Christians has only added to my burdened heart.

My Boyfriend Told Me I Had to Choose–Him or the Baby. I Chose Wrong.

I was 17 when I met him. We worked together at a local store. He was 21 and I was so ecstatic when he asked me out on a date. We quickly began a tumultuous rela...

Post-Abortive Recovery Resources - Focus on the Family

Are you struggling from the feelings of guilt and pain over a past abortion? Know that you’re not alone, friend. We would count it a privilege to come alongside you on this journey of healing and forgiveness. Here at Focus on the Family, our goal is to help individuals and families thrive in Christ—we want to do the same for you.

Science vs. Bible: When Does Life Begin? - Focus on the Family

There are Bible verses supporting the idea that life begins at conception, but do science and medicine line up with our faith-based claims?

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