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Tuesday, April 8, 2003

American Psychological Association

The letters section of the April 2003 issue of The Monitor has an interesting exchange about whether it is appropriate for an official division of the APA to use a pro-choice forum to publish its beliefs about whether there is such a thing as post-abortion trauma. The Monitor is the APA's monthly mag for its many members.

Here is a link to the website referred to in the letters.

I should take some time over the next few days to comment on some of the articles published there. A main claim they make is that women who believe that they are suffering after abortion have made a mistake. They have an emotional disorder, but it did not result from abortion. In order to get better, they need to learn to correctly identify the true source of their emotional disorder and get help for that.

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