Is It OK To Be Angry After My Abortion?

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Is It OK To Be Angry After My Abortion?
Why feeling angry is only natural.


3) Take responsibility for your actions. Ultimately, you can release a lot of the anger by working through the anger and recognizing that this decision was an important one in your life. Much of the anger and the emotions you feel are all part of the grieving process.


Resolving and processing a voluntarily pregnancy termination can take time and should be done in a safe environment. There are helpful resources available. There are safe people to talk to who will be supportive and non-judgmental. You can go on the internet and on amazon.com and find resources by typing in “help after abortion.”

Just know you are not alone. There are always answers. Going through the pain of the grieving process will help release you from the anger you feel.
 

This article was originally published at Missing Pieces . Reprinted with permission.
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Trudy Johnson

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Trudy M. Johnson, M.A., LMFT, CSPII

Helping women process grief after voluntary pregnancy termination without fear.

Bringing abortion after-care into the 21st century by educating professionals.

www.missingpieces.org

Location: Buena Vista, CO
Credentials: LMFT, MA, Non-Profit
Specialties: Abortion Issues
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