Abortion Takes a Toll

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Abortion Takes a Toll

Bradley Mattes   |   February 08, 2013

Abortion is widely practiced in Japan, and problems are beginning to surface with those who participate in the killing procedures. A study of “major stress factors related to abortion care” showed Japanese nurses and midwives demonstrated signs of “compassion fatigue,” irritability, dread of going to work, physical ailments, chronic fatigue and a lack of joy in life. The more abortions they helped with, the more complications the nurses and midwives experienced. At the same time, the more they attended to childbirths, the happier they were likely to be. I’m sure this doesn’t come as a surprise to you. It’s common sense. Killing innocent unborn babies has a toxic effect on those who participate. But those in academia seem to only believe it if it’s represented in charts and statistics.

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