Dating someone who has had an abortion

17-Oct-2016 13:44

Plan B isn't an abortion pill, it prevents pregnancy to begin with.It is taken when there is a failure in birth control or you don't use it to begin with. It's not an ideal situation, but accidents happen and people aren't perfect. I tend to hold men responsible though because about 80% of the time, they are the culprits.Why don't people ask this question along with sexual history, STDs?Isn't if someone got an abortion also affect their beliefs?One woman compares her support-group comrades to the friends of Lazarus.

"Ultimately, you realize that if they can forgive you, you can forgive you too," says one recovered woman who now leads post-abortion support groups.Just the fact that she feels comfortable enough with me to open up like that was amazing and I really appreciated it. If you feel abortion is wrong, then you may not be able to get over it - just like some posters have lost relationships because of admitting to past drug use - and differing views could be an issue. Would it be a problem in future when you want children? Would you prefer for the sake of your relationship with her thatshe had a child or that she got rid of it? I think just putting it out there and reading the feedback has helped. If you have a relationship/dating question I can help answer, you can send me your letters at [email protected](be sure to read these guidelines first). I am 23 years old and four years ago I met my now boyfriend.We have a mountain to climb and have decided to face it together side by side because of how important we are to each other.I not only see a future with her but quite possibly an infinite future. She told me that about three years ago she had had an abortion.

"Ultimately, you realize that if they can forgive you, you can forgive you too," says one recovered woman who now leads post-abortion support groups.

Just the fact that she feels comfortable enough with me to open up like that was amazing and I really appreciated it. If you feel abortion is wrong, then you may not be able to get over it - just like some posters have lost relationships because of admitting to past drug use - and differing views could be an issue. Would it be a problem in future when you want children? Would you prefer for the sake of your relationship with her thatshe had a child or that she got rid of it? I think just putting it out there and reading the feedback has helped.

If you have a relationship/dating question I can help answer, you can send me your letters at [email protected](be sure to read these guidelines first). I am 23 years old and four years ago I met my now boyfriend.

We have a mountain to climb and have decided to face it together side by side because of how important we are to each other.

I not only see a future with her but quite possibly an infinite future. She told me that about three years ago she had had an abortion.

I feel like Plan B is okay, but an full out abortion?