Becoming….REAL

From Melissa's blog, published January 15, 2021. We thought this was such a timely post, as we focus this month on self-worth and self-love. Survivor or not, we're suspecting you can relate to this. We hope you're encouraged by it. And as always, if you're a survivor,...

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New Year, New Year’s Resolutions…or Are They?

'Tis the season. For all things new year related, especially resolutions. There's something powerful about anything new. A fresh start. A goal. A desire to finally meet. Resolutions, we have a few here at The Abortion Survivors Network. Although, like maybe you've...

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The Healing Power of Community

By Denisha Workizer, Healing Program Coordinator, and Founder/Director of Reclaimed Story Community Fosters Healing I remember the day like it was yesterday. The rush of adrenaline made my arms and legs go numb. An empty, hollow feeling surged through my stomach. I...

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If you want to change it, saturate it

Culture, that is. Abortion survivors tend to catch people's attention when we show up, speak out, are highly visible in the pro-life movement or conservative media. But what if a survivor or family doesn't want to speak up? What if they don't want to be highly...

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We Exist

As originally posted in Townhall on November 3, 2020. Author: Melissa Ohden. I was born rejected and it’s a constant source of anguish for me. But it’s not just me. I’m not alone in surviving an abortion. I don’t know how many of us exist but I’ve personally been...

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Beyond Roe: A Kingdom Perspective on Abortion: Part 1

Keep an eye out for regular blog posts from abortion survivors around the globe. Although Robin survived a saline abortion just after Roe vs. Wade was legalized, her sentiments echoed here are for all abortion survivors, regardless of the time when the abortion took...

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Hey survivor! Does this sound like you?

Although every survivor and their experience is unique, we have found there are lots of common issues, thoughts, emotions and questions among our population. We’ll soon be including this in a checklist on our website, but thought this might be something survivors find...

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