(PRWEB) December 02, 2016
“Two Minus One; Our Abortion Story”: a gripping and emotional journey through a young woman’s abortion and the emotional turmoil that soon followed. “Two Minus One; Our Abortion Story” is the creation of published author, Teri Stanton, a Florida based paralegal and a proud woman of God.
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Teri Stanton’s new book focuses on the taboo of abortion. This story doesn’t care about Roe v. Wade, or the moral or political issues of abortion. All that matters is the broken heart of millions of post-abortive women. While it appears to be society’s best kept secret, nearly half of the women in this county have had at least one abortion, some many more. On the surface, it appears to be the answer to an unwanted, unintended, or ill-timed pregnancy. However, it’s time we expose the ugly and sinister emotions that result as the reality of abortion sets in and women are overwhelmed with insidious guilt. There seems to be an unspoken “Guilty of Abortion” label that society heaps on an abortive woman as well. The abortion now becomes a buried secret, often for years, and sometimes is medicated with alcohol or drugs without really identifying the root cause of the pain.
This is the story of one young woman’s abortion experience. As the reader journeys through this book, they will relive the painful reality of an abortion and the devastating consequences on the relationship of a mother and her daughter. This probably tells the story of many post-abortion women. While this abortion experience may be exceptionally painful and even personal to read, please keep reading because women need to know that they are certainly not alone.
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Consumers can purchase “Two Minus One; Our Abortion Story” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Two Minus One; Our Abortion Story,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.