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Do I have to tell my partner I want an abortion?

The decision of abortion is an important and serious choice to make as you navigate an unexpected pregnancy. It can sometimes be difficult to talk about this issue with a partner. Because of the sensitivity of the topic, we have some tips that can help guide you in this important conversation.

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An Incomplete Abortion

An incomplete abortion is a possible (but rare) complication following a surgical abortion or a medication abortion (also known as the abortion pill).

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Safety Tips with Online Dating

Millions are turning to online dating.

But having millions of people on these sites doesn’t mean everyone can be trusted. It’s important to know danger signs and red flags with these types of relationships..

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How does Plan C Work?

If you’ve just found out you’re pregnant, you probably have some questions regarding options. And there’s a good chance you’ve heard of “Plan C”. Plan C allows women to order abortion medications online and then manage the abortion in your home. While Plan C is just one of the many options you have being pregnant, is it the right option for you? There are some important things to remember before you order Plan C.

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Post Abortion Stress Syndrome – What is it?

Even though it’s a choice, the mental and psychological effects of abortion can be underestimated. Post-Abortion Stress (PAS) is defined as an individual’s struggle to express and work through thoughts and feelings about a pregnancy, an abortion, and striving to come to peace with oneself and others.

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A Safe Space

“I’m scared and confused…”

“I can’t do this alone…”

“I have no support and no one who understands…”

These are just some of the many thoughts you may be having if you think you’re pregnant and it wasn’t planned. You’re pretty sure you don’t want this, and you’re almost certain the father of the baby doesn’t want this either.

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Co-Parenting the Healthy Way

Co-parenting is a term that describes more than one person caring for a child. Typically, those who choose to co-parent were together at one point, but are now separated or divorced. These people still interact with each other to raise their children. Even when sharing the responsibility of parenting may seem impossible, there’s hope.

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Financial Stress and Pregnancy

One of the most common pregnancy worries is money. It’s usually the first place your thoughts go when you find out you’re pregnant. The Chequamegon Pregnancy Center can help you through this process.

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Health and Wellness During Pregnancy

The word “health” may make you think of drinking water, eating vegetables, or going for a run. While these things are important, being healthy is so much more than this. Our bodies are complex, and there are actually six areas of health and wellness that every person has. Each area should be taken care of to make sure that someone feels their best. All of these areas can completely change in exciting ways once pregnancy (whether it was planned or unplanned) occurs.

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Is My Relationship Healthy?

Relationships with significant others can be a large and very important part of our lives. They can impact us in many ways, and influence our day-to-day decisions; this is why it is important to make sure that these relationships are healthy and positive.

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All About Adoption

Although adoption isn’t always an easy decision, learning more about it can help you decide if it’s the best choice for both you and your baby. You will always be the parents that gave your child life, but sometimes choosing a life for them that you know you cannot provide is the best way to show them how much you care.

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