ACPC Women’s Clinic Provides a safe and confidential setting for women and men to discuss their emotions following a pregnancy loss.
If you’ve had a miscarriage, you are not alone in your grief. In the United States, it is estimated that 15% of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. Even so, you may feel alone and may carry your grief in silence. This booklet was created to help you embrace hope as you do the hard work of grieving in the painful aftermath of miscarriage. Grief takes time. Healing is a process. Give yourself the space and grace you need to mourn.
May the words on the pages that follow offer comfort, encouragement, and practical help. ACPC Women’s Clinic is a safe and confidential place to discuss the emotions you may be feeling. We’re here to help.
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Many women experience an immediate feeling of relief following an abortion, some struggle with their decision right away. As time passes many find themselves trying to cope with feelings they did not expect. It is common for women to have difficulty talking about these feelings and many feel isolated and alone. Some psychologists have labeled these problems as Post Abortion Stress.
How do I know I have Post Abortion Stress Syndrome?
These symptoms can affect women as well as men involved in an abortion decision.
Long-term grief reactions
Increased alcohol and drug use
Difficulty keeping close relationships
Our Post-Abortion Support Groups are led by peer counselors specifically trained to understand post-abortion trauma. All groups are conducted in a safe and confidential environment.
If you would like to learn more or would like to discuss joining a Post-Abortion Support Group, please call or text us at 719.544.9312.