The Difficulties with Conducting Post-Abortion Research

This past week’s show deals with some of the reasons that conducting research on the psychological complications of abortion is difficult.

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About Cullen Herout

Cullen is a husband, father, writer, and lover of Truth. He has a Mental Health Practitioner License in the state of Nebraska, and has years of experience working with persons struggling with mental illness and addiction. For the past four years, he has also been involved with Rachel's Vineyard ministry for post-abortive women, serving as the counselor for their weekend retreats. Cullen's work has been featured at The Blaze, Crisis Magazine, The Washington Examiner, The Federalist, LifeSiteNews, Live Action News, Catholic Stand, and more. He has a passion for writing about pro-life issues, Marriage, fatherhood, and building a culture of life. He lives in the midwest with his wife and two sons.

2 thoughts on “The Difficulties with Conducting Post-Abortion Research

  1. You read my mind! It has been hard enough to convince the APA that abortion sometimes (often) leads to PTSD and prolonged complicated grief which remains unresolved for both mothers AND fathers but this speaks to WHY it is so hard to convince the APA! Excellent perspective!

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