Crisis Pregnancy

Every crisis pregnancy is unique. Yet there are always certain emotions that seem to be common. Emotions such as fear, desperation, anger, loneliness, disbelief, abandonment… Stop! Take a breath and talk to someone who is not in the middle of the situation; someone who can be objective and give you clear advice and choices that you can think about. You don’t have to make a decision today.

There may also be some positive feelings hidden inside; feelings like joy and excitement! But, they may not come to the surface as easily.

The definition of a crisis is one in which someone feels they can’t deal with what is happening. It’s what happens within a person. It’s not external. It’s what takes place as a response to what is happening. During crisis we go through the same steps that we go through when we are grieving.

  • Anger
  • Denial
  • Bargaining
  • Depression
  • Acceptance

It doesn’t have to be big, but we make it bigger by trying to make quick decisions. Remember, the decision you make will last you a lifetime.

At the Tomorrow’s Hope clinic we give you the time you need to make an informed decision, and we are there to encourage and support you once you make a decision. It’s not our decision to make.

Are you experiencing a crisis? Contact us and let us help!

This article was written and published by Cheryl Connor. Cheryl has since retired, and all posts she created have been associated with Jenifer Whitemire.

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