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For more than 30 years, our nation has argued about abortion. In that time, more than 30 million women have had one or more abortions.
While the political battle rages, little has been done to address the emotional needs of those who struggle with the aftermath of an experience that is deeply traumatic and often coerced and unwanted. Instead, social taboos stifle discussion of abortion-related feelings. Women are left feeling isolated, and their recovery is inhibited.
Forbidden Grief is a compelling, haunting review of Dr. Theresa Burke's experience in counseling hundreds of women who have experienced abortion. Dr. Burke exposes the obstacles in the way of post-abortion healing, reviews the full range and depth of post-abortion issues, and illustrates how we can create a more understanding, just and healing society where women will no longer be required to hide their pain.
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Theresa Burke, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist and founder of Rachel's Vineyard, a post-abortion training and healing ministry that annually serves thousands of women and couples throughout North America and overseas.Review:
Forbidden Grief: The Unspoken Pain of Abortion by Theresa Burke (psychotherapist and founder of post- abortion-training and healing ministry Rachel's Vineyard) and with the assistance of David C. Reardon (post-abortion issues expert and founder of the Elliot Institute)is a candid, powerful, and informative examination of the trauma of abortion, the dramatic negative impact it can have on women, and the grieving and recovery process who have experienced abortion undergo. Written specifically to help women struggling with the pain of surviving an abortion, Forbidden Grief is highly recommended reading as an open, emotional and serious work that seeks to help women heal from psychological and emotional post-abortion trauma. --Midwest Book Review
Abortion is a reflection that society has failed women. burke and Reardon clearly document this offense against women. --Serrin Foster, Feminists for Life of America
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Book Description Acorn Books, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX096489579X
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