Healing After Abortion
If you have ever experienced an abortion, or were part of the decision, you may feel alone. You may have taken all those memories and the feelings that come with them and stuffed them down, just hoping that they would go away. But they haven’t.
1/3 of American women will have an abortion by age 45
Did you know you are not alone? Most never talk about it. Most hide the secret and often silently struggle with their decision. If this sounds familiar to your story, we want you to know there is hope and healing. We’re here to listen and to help you begin the healing journey.
Compassion & Support
Clarity’s Healing After Abortion program provides support to women and men who have experienced abortion at some time in their lives, no matter how many years ago. Our post abortion support group leaders have ended pregnancies themselves, understand your feelings, and been trained to help others.
This is a safe place to find peace and move beyond the secret despair and pain. Meet one-on-one or in a small group with others who have the same experiences. The support for women and the help for men are confidentially led by those who personally understand.
Healing After Abortion is a recovery study and support group for women. Make a confidential call or text to Sue at 812.567.3150 or email her. Groups meet online or in person at a confidential location.
A Letter to Women
“I went through a healing support group study in 2011. I was in denial for many years about how much my abortion affected my relationships – with my husband, with my son, with my friends, and parents. I stuffed my emotions. I was holding onto my anger deep down inside, had a low image of my self worth, and vowed never to reveal my secret to anyone. I was sure there would be judgment, condemnation, and rejection. Also, I saw no need to “deal with it”. I was doing just fine… I thought.”
A Letter to Men
“To be able to process through the feelings and pain and regret and years of running was freeing and liberating.
I have spent the past 15 years continuing to pursue healing. I suspect that’s a perpetual journey of growth and self-discovery…“