Wendy Davis’ Two Abortions: Author, Kathryn Eriksen Concerned About the Emotional Aftermath
How to Heal the Emotional Pain from Abortion
A pattern has developed in American politics. Candidates often release a “memoir” before the last stage of their political race. The latest memoir to be released by a political candidate is Wendy Davis, the Democratic candidate for Texas Governor.
“Forgetting to be Afraid” was released on Tuesday, September 9, 2014. During promotional interviews for the book, Davis revealed that she had two abortions, both for medical reasons.
Author, Kathryn Eriksen, is concerned about women who have terminated a pregnancy and how they process the pain.
“No one goes through an abortion and feels good about it,” Eriksen noted. “During Davis’ interview on Good Morning America, she teared up as she described her decision to say good bye to her daughter before she was born. Whenever a pregnancy is ended deliberately, for whatever reason, there are emotional consequences that can reach far into the future.”
In October, Eriksen will release her latest work of fiction, called “Heart Dancing: A Story Alchemy Adventure”.
“The parallels between the plot of ‘Heart Dancing’ and Wendy Davis’ own story are uncanny,” Eriksen said. “The main character faced a similar decision, but because of her own pain, refuses to acknowledge that there might have been a different choice. The impact of that decision on herself and her family propel the story forward. The ultimate question that the book answers is whether the need to be right is more important than the pain caused to other people.”
“Heart Dancing” also introduces the “Story Alchemy Process,” a 4 step formula that transforms painful stories about the past from lead to gold. The 4 steps include: Realize, Responsibility, Reframe, Release. The main characters in “Heart Dancing” transformed their limiting stories through the application of this process.
“Readers who read the advance copy have shared that the Story Alchemy Process helped them to reframe and release painful stories that had plagued them for many years,” Eriksen noted. “It may even be a healing process that women who have had abortions can utilize.”
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