The Witherspoon Institute published an article yesterday examining the distinctive psychological make up of women and how it leads to post-abortion trauma. Evelyn Birge Vitz and Paul C. Vitz, both professors of New York University, frankly discuss "Women, Abortion, and the Brain" in this new article.
"A woman may reason her way to the decision to terminate the unwanted pregnancy. Her abortion decision may seem, and may indeed be, rational in terms of her long-term goals and interests, and her chosen values. But afterwards, a woman may experience several powerful reactions, which are rooted in the structures and basic chemistry of her brain."
Read the whole article here.