A Solitary Sorrow

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, 2000 - Religion - 222 pages
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This impressive book is written by a family therapist and a physician who have counseled hundreds of post-abortive women. Honest, accurate, and practical, it offers hope and encouragement to women seeking healing after abortion. A must for post-abortive women, their friends and family, pregnancy center counselors and other who seek to help.

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This book explores the experience of grief and the aftermath of deep sorrow post abortion that is suffered by a shockingly huge number of women in this country. Abortion is still an experience that is ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
9
The Silent Epidemic
19
Chapter
48
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Dr. Reisser is a family physician and psychiatrist.

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