Module 2: Sharing Your Story

Hello, I’m Sydna Massé, author of the book, Her Choice to Heal: Finding Spiritual and Emotional Peace After Abortion and the Founder and CEO of Ramah International, an outreach organization designed to offer the hope of healing to abortion’s wounded around the world.

It is very common for the post-abortive to work to forget their abortion experience. This can make memories of those moments difficult to remember. By simply writing out your memories about that time, you can unlock a deeper level of understanding. Writing can release hidden memories, reveal details you’ve forgotten, outline pain that you haven’t considered and simply help you understand how you ended up in an abortion clinic.

Some prefer to write in other ways – in a journal, artistically, making a recording, or simply sharing with a trusted friend. Whatever way works best for you, recording your abortion experience is an important first step in healing. You may never share it with anyone but reading it back will build your understanding.

On the other hand, when you begin a healing journey with God you may experience deep memory recall. When this occurs, it can feel like you are watching a movie of someone else’s life. If you can embrace these recollections they can begin the process of healing your abortion wound.

Due to the need for secrecy after abortion, it could be that you are unable to share your abortion with others. The Ramah team is available to help you in that way. Please feel free to contact us for encouragement or with any questions. We are always here to help!

Sharing Your Abortion Story

In order to begin to understand what happened to you during your abortion, it is recommended that you simply begin to record your story.

Forms of Childhood Strife that Lead to Abortion

Unplanned pregnancy often results during deep family strife as one generation significantly impacts another.

God’s Purpose in Abortion Pain

The concept of looking at the pain of a past abortion can be overwhelming. While it is possible to receive immediate forgiveness for the confession of our sins, God’s purifying process may take a little bit longer.

When A Christian Aborts

God didn’t leave my heart after my abortion. He was always there. His message always called me to repent and sin no more.

After Abortion Segregation

Abortion changes everything, whether the mother or father knows it or not. It can be decided in panic and regretted forever.

Abortion & Sexual Abuse

Women who have experienced sexual abuse are often post-abortive. When sexual abuse has occurred, abortion can ignite further devastation to these wounded hearts.

Abolishing Abortion Strongholds

The myth that God cannot forgive is an example of an abortion stronghold. A stronghold is defined as any type of thinking that is in contrary to the word of God.

Addressing Abortion Clinic Verbal Abuse

The myth that God cannot forgive is an example of an abortion stronghold. A stronghold is defined as any type of thinking that is in contrary to the word of God.

Truth vs. Condemnation

Personal healing is not up to the scrutiny of others! Only God can judge a person’s heart status.
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Hello, I am Sydna Massé Founder and CEO of Ramah International. I'd love to keep in touch and include you in our prayer chain as we continue to serve abortion's wounded and those considering abortion. Sydna Masse

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