Planned Parenthood: Miscarriages can be upsetting and tragic
Yes- you read the title collectedly, Planned Parenthood which admittedly kills over three hundred thousand abortions a year and counting wants women to know that miscarriages can be tragic.
The abortion giant, who sees an unborn child as non-human tells women, “When carrying a wanted pregnancy, its sudden loss can trigger a range of emotions. During this time, Planned Parenthood can help.”
How will they help. you ask?
“We also do expectant management, or “watchful waiting,” says Planned Parenthood.
Planned Parenthood says they will monitor a woman’s pregnancy during their miscarriage to make sure it resolves on its own.
What? They won’t give that little child about to die a push?
From their website:
There is no “right” or “wrong” way to feel after having a miscarriage. For some people, it can be an upsetting and tragic experience. For others, it can be accompanied by a sense of relief. Some people have a more emotionally neutral reaction. Some people’s feelings encompass a seemingly contradictory collection of emotions, from relief to grief, and from anger to guilt. Everyone is different, and that includes their miscarriages and the feelings they have about them.
Whatever your emotions are, give yourself permission to feel them — they are valid. You can also give yourself permission to experience changing or contradictory emotions. If you are suicidal, you can go to an emergency department, or call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
If you have a partner, recognize that he or she might experience the loss differently from you. It’s important to communicate your feelings to one another so you can give each other the support you both need. You also might seek out counseling, support groups, or ways to memorialize the baby you hoped to carry to term.
Another Planned Parenthood website says you may grieve over your blob of tissue – I mean miscarried unborn child:
Give yourself permission to grieve this loss. Grief is a normal response to miscarriage, and it should not be made light of or denied.
If you have a partner, understand that he or she may need to grieve the loss, too. Your partner may not express his or her emotions the same way you do. But trying to communicate your feelings and support to each other may help each of you cope.
Give yourself time to heal from the loss of your pregnancy. The amount of time it will take is different for everyone.
Tragically, Planned Parenthood enjoys cashing in on all angles of pregnancy and life.