This self-help guide to unplanned pregnancy is aimed at a broad spectrum of women who want to make informed choices, and validate their ability to make good decisions for themselves. The information and advice uses checklists, flow charts, and "self-help" exercises to clarify the points raised. Information on adoption, fostering, agencies which support women to continue their pregnancies and abortion facilities and counselling is also included.
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WHEN YOU FIND THAT YOU ARE UNEXPECTEDLY PREGNANT YOU WILL FACE SOME OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DECISIONS IN YOUR LIFE.
Debby Klein and Tara Kaufmann offer positive and sympathetic advice on making those decisions, helping you to make an informed choice based on the realities of your life.
Packed full of practical information and simple ways to work out how you really feel, this book will guide you through:
• who to tell and how to cope with their response
• abortion – what to expect In practical and emotional terms
• motherhood – inside or outside marriage
• adoption and fostering
• where to go for further help and advice
‘…sympathetic and supportive with an approach of acceptance for whatever decision a woman eventually chooses concerning her unplanned pregnancy.’
BRITISH PREGNANCY ADVISORY SERVICE
‘Admirable even-handed in its discussion of the options…a realistic, compassionate book in the true counselling tradition.’
ANGELA WILLANS, 'Woman's Own'
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Book Description Penguin Books Ltd, 1992. Book Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has soft covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Bookseller Inventory # 4416972