Post Abortion Survivor Syndrome

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Post Abortion Survivor Syndrome

Bradley Mattes   |   March 21, 2013

Siblings of aborted babies can suffer from Post-abortion Survivor Syndrome or PASS. Some siblings have known they’re missing a brother or sister without the parents even telling them about the abortion. Research done by Dr. Phillip Ney, a child and family psychiatrist, has been published in the Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health. Dr. Ney says the most common symptom of PASS is existential guilt—in other words, the siblings feel like they don’t deserve to be alive. Survivor syndrome was first detected among holocaust survivors. Dr. Ney also says PASS helps explain a growing support of euthanasia because these “survivors” never bonded with their parents. Abortion’s like a cancer—it hurts, maims and kills everything in its path and must be stopped.

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