Abortion is found to have little effect on women’s mental health

“What I think is incredibly interesting is how everyone kind of evens out together at six months to a year,” said Katie Watson, a bioethicist at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, who was not involved in the study. “What this study tells us about is resilience and people making the best of their circumstances and moving on,” she said. “What’s sort of a revelation is the ordinariness of it.”

The banality of what now?


  1. “Lot’s of rain we’ve been getting lately, neighbor.”

    “I’ll say.”

    “Lots of rain on your leg thar too, neighbor.”

    “I’ll say.”

    “One might think I was pissing on your leg if we both didn’t know it was raining so hard, neighbor.”

    “I’ll say.”

    “Well, I don’t want to be known as a know-it-all saying what’s true and what’s other than the truth, but it looks like your pants leg is soaked, neighbor.”

    “I’ll say.”

    “I can’t say what this world is coming to with all this rain coming down these days. No, I just can’t say, neighbor.”

    “I’ll say.”

  2. Rufus McCain says

    It seems to me everyone’s mental health is hanging by some very thin strands, whether we have abortions or not.

  3. In psychology, everything shapes you and haunts you.
    Except, apparently, killing children.
    Funny, that.

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