It's not an exaggeration to use the word trauma to describe the physical and psychological effects of an abortion. Cheryl La Mastra even compares it to the PTSD a soldier may face.
Once a woman has found freedom and forgiveness for herself after an abortion, she may need to tell a few trusted others about her past choice, especially her current spouse.
Many women need help in linking the deep sorrow and emptiness they feel to their past abortion. Cheryl La Mastra explains how she walks them through the process of grieving.
A common coping mechanism for one who has aborted a child is to repress any thoughts of the value of that child. Psalm 139:13-18 are powerful verses for revealing the truth.
Cheryl La Mastra explains to Chuck Swindoll how speaking the truth in love to the clients she counsels is as essential for life change as pointing to Christ as the true healer.
Chuck Swindoll knows how grandparents can play an extremely valuable role in a child's life. Without having the role of disciplining, they can present a longer, calmer view of life.
If you weren’t parented well, are you doomed to repeat your parents’ mistakes? Chuck Swindoll urges new parents to draw firm boundaries and find great role models to learn from.
Girls learn self-respect and trust from how their dads treat them. Boys learn how to treat a girl from their moms. Chuck Swindoll outlines some differences in parenting a boy versus a girl.
As much as you may protect your children, sooner or later they will learn that life isn’t fair. Chuck Swindoll says that how you walk them through injustice can steer their attitude for life.
It's one thing for a child to fail after he's done his best, but what if he makes terrible choices and really blows it? Chuck Swindoll gives some important advice about unconditional love.