From 1967 to 2014 over 8,000,000 abortions have been performed; that is approximately one woman in three, women who are now in their
early teens to women in their 70's and 80's. This means that nearly everyone in Britain knows someone affected by abortion, a mother,
a father, a family member or a close friend. Eight million parents have experienced the trauma of abortion. Many of these men and
women suffer terribly as a result. Frequently the suffering is experienced in silence and isolation.
Post Abortion Support for Everyone (PASE) is a response to the damage in the lives of so many people when one pre-born
little human is aborted.
The death of a baby has always been recognised as an especially sorrowful event, and where that death happened before the child had
come to term – commonly called a miscarriage – many people acknowledged that it was very helpful to mark the passing of even the
littlest human with a ceremony. This was not just a mark of respect for the little one, but also helped the mourning process which
is such a necessary part of recovery for the family.
However abortion, such a commonplace event now, gives no importance to this process and denies society the ability to accord the dead
baby any respect or dignity. This hinders recovery from what everyone agrees can be an extremely traumatic event, by encouraging
denial and a callous disregard for human emotions.
PASE believes that we deserve better.
Please go to http://www.postabortsupport.com for more information.