In all the discussion that takes place around the hot-button issue of abortion, the lived experience tends to be overlooked. Abortion often results in depression, guilt, low self-esteem, eating disorders, substance abuse, relationship problems or suicidal urges – but there is help.
Rachel’s Vineyard is a ministry helping post-abortive women who often feel as though they have nowhere to turn. We caught up with Anne Sherston from Rachel’s Vineyard to find out about her work with post-abortive women and how we can help prevent those who have been hurt by abortion from suffering in silence.
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Anne Sherston is New Site Coordinator for Rachel’s Vineyard in Tasmania. For more information about Rachel’s Vineyard or to seek assistance visit rachelsvineyard.org.au.