Web Sites


Excellent resource for men dealing with abortion loss and those who care for them. From the web site: The truth that men have been ignored in the abortion issue has only recently been realized, even within the pro-life movement. And for many men, the idea of speaking out about their feelings can be quite intimidating. If you are a man who has been struggling with the emotions of a past abortion experience, then you've come to the right place. Fatherhood Forever Foundation, Inc. was created to address the issue of abortion and men and to provide inspiration and restoration to these forgotten fathers. We are accomplishing this by creating public awareness to the fact that men are hurt by abortion, by providing men with the resources and tools necessary to heal, and by encouraging and assisting other organizations to address this issue.

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Site gathering research data on the impact of abortion. List of helpful links.

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National Office of Post-Abortion Reconciliation & Healing. Section on aftermath in men.

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Web site of Tom Golden on Crisis, Grief and Healing. This author is an expert in masculine grief and the web site offers many types of support and information. Tom spoke at the first conference on men dealing with abortion. He is a grief expert dealing with everyone. The web site has a Place to Honor Grief where people can write and post about a loved on lost.

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Resource for materials dealing with other father losses, like miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, child loss from illness or accident or coping with sick children or infants. Also many resources for grief of all types. They also have a Remembrance Book that allows parents to memorialize lost children.

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**Please note that www.menandabortion.com is a pro-choice site. The author (Dr. Shostak) did some of the very early research on men after abortion, but this is a very confusing site which seems to support the need for abortion. It may not be helpful to the man who is suffering after an abortion loss. Men have told me they find it very confusing.

*If we have missed any outreaches, we apologize. Please share the information with us so we can continue to augment this list.

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