After Abortion Healing for Men
Men: Your Pain Is Real.
Men are not immune to the effects of their partner’s abortion. Men’s grief after abortion can be disenfranchised, overlooked by society. This hidden struggle can lead to isolation and emotional distress. Research on the impact of abortion on men reveals:
- 1 in 5 men will experience abortion by age 45 through a partner’s termination
- 71% of men said they experienced adverse effects after abortion loss
- 83% of men said they would have benefitted from talking to someone
- 82% of men and women said they didn’t know where to get help.
you matter. Support After Abortion is here for you.
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We’re here to walk this path together. Join our virtual support group called Base Camp to share, connect, and find understanding. Your presence can make a difference, and we’re committed to supporting one another. Looking forward to having you with us.
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Embark on your healing journey at your pace. Our free online program offers tools for growth and recovery for you to experience privately. You deserve this step toward well-being. You’re not alone – we’re here to guide you. Take the first step to a brighter tomorrow.
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Hear from men
Tom shares about finding out after the fact that his partner had had an abortion, his anger toward God and himself, and his journey toward healing.
Phil experienced abortion together with his girlfriend. They later get married, encounter a couple considering abortion, and recognize their own pain and fear in telling their story as a pastor.
John’s childhood experiences living with a father who drank excessively influenced how he navigated his partner’s abortion.