By Eva Pattis Zoja
The talk on abortion has tended to prevent the mental importance of an undesirable being pregnant, ruled istead by means of the robust feelings the topic excites. Eva Pattis Zoja examines the strategies that encompass a woman's selection to finish a being pregnant, and provides the not easy thesis that voluntary abortion can frequently be a violent and subconscious act of self-realisation. Treating a subject matter that's valuable to our life, the writer makes no try and argue for or opposed to, or to disclaim the painful nature of the topic which she tackles, yet as a substitute appears to be like on the manner within which a call to abort can have an effect on a woman's internal lifestyles.
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But they can also be imagined as exerting considerable influence on a child, and their implicit omnipotence could give a child an additional level of vitality. One of the worst experiences a child can have is a parent who has no fantasies about him or her. If the need for creative self-expression conflicts with too many inner and external obstacles, the various levels of creativity—the physical and the metaphysical—are likely to grow confused with one another; and this confusion is facilitated by their symbolic relationship with one another.
These were the words of a social worker, remarking on her work with a public health consulting agency: And yet, as time went by, we had to admit that we weren’t so completely unbiased as we had thought ourselves to be. Doubts cropped up when we noticed the term by which we referred to the women who turned up for their third or fourth abortion: ‘the chronics’. We found it quite natural to employ a term that’s normally applied to criminals or diseases. Even the most convinced supporters of the right to abort feel a certain uneasiness when faced with women who do it repeatedly.
Another of this study’s findings (Kellerhals and Pasini 1977) merits considerable reflection, even though the authors, strangely enough, do not call attention to it. Aside from women who actively practise a religious faith, there is another group in which repeated abortions are far less frequent than the norm: the group of women who think abortion an event ‘of the utmost importance’. ) The idea or sensation that an abortion is a fact of special importance—a ‘great event’—seems to be the only one endowed with the power to affect our actions: it is the one conviction that truly contributes to avoiding the repetition of abortions.
Abortion: Loss and Renewal in the Search for Identity by Eva Pattis Zoja