Abortion’s Aftermath

“My own abortion haunts me yet, but in those moments of sadness, I have most often found a way to let myself be carried to deep reflection and remember the constant reminders of mercy that I heard during my healing journey. Thus, despite time limitations and life stresses, my healing continues, and most times now, I choose mercy when darkness calls.”
~ Mary Ellen

Who and where are those who have had an abortion?
They are everywhere.  They are in our schools, churches, workplaces, and families.  They are your friends, colleagues, mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, aunts, grandmothers, and maybe… you.

Society often does not acknowledge the very real feelings and/or destructive behavior that happens as a result of abortion.

These feelings can become suppressed leaving the person feeling as though they have no where to turn, that they are somehow different from everyone else, and that they are crazy.

If you are suffering from an abortion, please know, You are not crazy.  You are not different.  You are not alone.

You are grieving a real loss that no one allows you to acknowledge.  In fact, there are many who have gone before you who now face life with joy because they have allowed themselves to grieve and work through their feelings.  Some of the most common reactions include…
tableIf you recognize yourself in any of these reactions, please call Lumina for help.  We will always protect the privacy of those who call.  Your days of feeling alone will be over as you see others reaching beyond their guilt and regret, finally realizing that hope is within reach.

You have a right to receive help and understand your conflicting emotions.
You have a right to understand what is happening to you.
You have a right to grieve.
You have a right to feel good again.
No matter how you feel now, it is possible.

Call Lumina at 1-877-586-4621