Emotional and psychological impact of abortion: A critique of the literature
AffiliationNorth East Wales Institute of Higher Education / Western Cheshire PCT
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AbstractDefining women’s emotional experiences associated with abortion is a difficult task. Many circumstantial factors affect women’s emotional journeys during their abortion experience and beyond.
CitationJournal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care, 2008, 34(3), pp. 181-184
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