A groundbreaking study by the Elliot Institute has just been published, and finds that an abortion history is â€œparticularly damaging to the parenting processâ€.
The article has been published in Current Womenâ€™s Health Reviews. It looks at the psychological reactions to various types of child loss and how they might affect a motherâ€™s relationship with children born after the pregnancy loss.
â€œLosing a child before or at birth, for any reason, can be a profound source of suffering,â€ said the studyâ€™s author, Professor Priscilla Coleman. â€œHowever, the emotional responses after an induced abortion are more likely to go unresolved and to persist for a longer time period.â€
â€œIn many cases, women may suppress thoughts and emotions related to an abortion because they have not been able to process or openly discuss negative emotions,â€ Coleman added in a press release from the Elliot Institute.
Coleman pointed out that a modest estimate predicts some 130,000 new cases of abortion-related mental health problems each year.
A recent study out of New Zealand, conducted by a pro-abortion researcher, found no evidence that abortion provided any mental health benefits to women, while many studies have shown profound negative consequences for women who succumb to Planned Parenthoodâ€™s propaganda.
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