"What Makes Someone Susceptible To Post-Abortion Stress Syndrome (PASS)?"
This article is posted on the website of Casa Palmera, a California-based "behavioral health facility", otherwise known as a licensed Skilled Nursing Facility with 24/7 residential accommodations and MDs, Psychiatrists, MSWs and many licensed professional staffers, that helps people treat "eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia, binge eating, drug addiction and alcoholism, and chronic pain and trauma." Just found them in a random google search. We have no affiliation with them, don't know them from Adam or Eve. Yet in their own experience, they saw fit to put up a page devoted to helping those who suffer remorse or worse from their abortion experiences.
Read their answers to the question, "Who is susceptible to Post-Abortion Stress Syndrome?" and what they've concluded are the "Symptoms of Post-Abortion Stress Syndrome."
The lone comment on the article is interesting too: LaurenThey aren't a pro-life nursing facility. It would seem they are just an ordinary, run-of-the-mill, non-political one, based in one of the most liberal, abortion-supporting states in the union. Seems to me that licensed Skilled Nursing Facilities don't address a problem on their website, never mind actually treat it in enough of their patients to warrant an entire webpage on that site, if it's a problem that "doesn't exist."
November 19, 2013
Hi. I just wanted to say that I have always been pro-choice instead of pro-life. Two weeks ago I got an abortion at 6 weeks and 3 days (I am 18yr old) I am currently going through PASS and today I had my first nightmare. My nightmare was that I went to go get an ultrasound and I saw the baby (might I add that when I got my ultrasound before my abortion I did not see the ultrasound so I don’t even know what it looks like) yet I still had a nightmare about it. So no, pro-life didn’t make up that PASS is a syndrome. I am pro-choice and still experienced PASS.