Session Two: Sharing Your Story
An important first step is to journal your abortion story. Writing can unlock hidden memories, reveal details that 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 various ways – in a journal, poetically, artistically or making a recording or sharing with a trusted friend. Whatever way works best for you, recording your abortion experience is an important first step in healing.
Accountability is an important element in the healing process. Without it, our tendency is to stop when things get painful. An accountability partner can walk through the hard steps so that you are not alone.
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 processing these emotions. If there is no one in your life that you can communicate with, please feel free to share with our team. We are always here to help!
When you begin a journey like this you may experience deep memory recall. This can result in nightmares or hearing messages in your head that discourage you from moving forward in this healing.
Good hearted friends or loved ones can relay messages like, “It’s all in the past. Why bring it up now?” For many, these emotions are simply unavoidable and must be addressed.
Don’t let anyone discourage you from what God may have for you!
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Her Choice to Heal is designed to help women find a way to God's healing after making the devastating choice of abortion. Written by a post-abortive woman, Sydna Masse, it includes testimonies of strength, healing and hope. Sydna compassionately leads you on the difficult journey through denial, anger, and grief, to forgiveness, redemption, and letting go. Her Choice to Heal offers a road map to healing