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by Connie Nykiel

  • Author: Connie Nykiel
  • ISBN: 0919225217
  • ISBN13: 978-0919225213
  • ePub: 1467 kb | FB2: 1824 kb
  • Publisher: Life Cycle Books, Ltd. (January 2001)
  • Pages: 76
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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No One Told Me I Could Cry ePub download

This book tells the truth about the effect of abortion on teens, but much is applicable to adults as well. This booklet is highly readable. Nykiel outlines the stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance, hope/forgiveness.

This book tells the truth about the effect of abortion on teens, but much is applicable to adults as well. Our society needs to learn that women and girls pay a high price for going against their maternal instinct to nurture their child. Throughout, her purpose is to give clients permission to grieve the loss of their babies. Those who weep recover more quickly than those who smile.

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Sorrow makes us all children again. Before I could ask her if she wanted to tell me about it, she started yelling. I was fourteen when I had my first abortion. When I got pregnant, I told my mother right away. I did what I was supposed to do. I knew she would be upset, but I never thought she would make me get an abortion.

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Walls Could Talk Lyrics. Been about three days and I'm comin' back I'm about four minutes from a heart attack And I think you make me a maniac But you don't know Two years and we in between But we both been here since we seventeen Here we go, fist fight in a limousine But they don't know And we both hope. there's something But we bo-both keep fronting And it's a closed discussion And I'm thinking "Damn, if these walls could talk". Oh-oh-oh) Well, they'd be like (Oh-oh-oh) "Shit is crazy right?" (Oh-oh-oh) I ain't your baby.

No one to tell my troubles to. Некому рассказать о проблемах. No one to chear me when I'm blue. Некому приободрить меня, когда мне грустно. When I go home to my lonely room. I've got no one to sigh to. Мне некому вздыхать, No one to hold me tight. Мне некого обнимать, No one to chear me when I'm blue.

Written from a Christian perspective, this book embraces the young teen with love and compassion. It begins with the story of a young girl's abortion trauma and her inability to cope. It clarifies why abortion is a secret sorrow, harder for teens, and what happens when the emotions surrounding the abortion are buried. The symptoms of post-abortion syndrome are discussed. By bringing the young woman through the grief process, she can move on to forgiveness, hope and joy. A chapter on how abortion affects young fathers is included. Medical, emotional, and spiritual reasons for avoiding a rapid repeat pregnancy are spelled out and secondary virginity is introduced. Helpful resources are listed. A valuable resource not only for teens, but also pregnancy centers, libraries, teachers and parents.
Conjuril
This book tells the truth about the effect of abortion on teens, but much is applicable to adults as well. Our society needs to learn that women and girls pay a high price for going against their maternal instinct to nurture their child. The book does not replace post-abortion healing programs, but offers hope of healing and forgiveness from God, who never stops loving any of His children, but is ready to welcome them back into his arms, just like the story of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15:11-32.
Qucid
What is "disenfranchised grief"? It's a grief you're not entitled to have; you may not admit it to friends or family; you must cover it up and hide it. Is there a better example of this than experiencing abortion, the death that goes unrecognized by society? Truly, here is a disenfranchised grief. This kind of grief consumes a tremendous amount of energy; energy that is better spent going through the stages of grief.
This booklet is highly readable. Nykiel outlines the stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance, hope/forgiveness. Throughout, her purpose is to give clients permission to grieve the loss of their babies. "Those who weep recover more quickly than those who smile." (Jean Giraudous, 1882-1944)
Nykiel describes the behaviors constituting PAS: post abortion syndrome; a condition usually more serious in women who abort before their 18th birthday. PAS can show up anywhere from 2-50 years following an abortion.
The final exercise in the book deals with forgiveness: forgiveness of partner, self, parents, God, as well as the baby. Nykiel says, "Working through your grief is like taking off a blindfold and cleaning out your ears. You are now able to see and hear the truth about what happened. This gives you the freedom to keep following the path of healing."
The book includes an index of abortion support services.
Naa
This is a wonderful book, originally written for teenagers who were suffering emotionally due to an abortion, but it will also be helpful to a woman of any age. Women need to grieve their losses and this is one loss that is usually kept a secret. I highly recommend this book.
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