A Season to Heal

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Cumberland House, 1996 - Self-Help - 151 pages
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This is a book for women who struggle to come to grips with the lingering emotional pain of an abortion. It assures readers that their pain is a valid, natural response to abortion, that they can find relief from it, and that healing is a realistic hope.

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About the author (1996)

Freed has a master's degree in clinical psychology, and is certified by the state of Tennessee.

Salazar-Phillips has been the executive director of Alternatives Pregnancy Center in Denver, Colorado, since its founding in 1982.

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