Good Counsel pregnancy crisis services
Are you pregnant? Or do you know someone who feels they are in trouble with pregnancy today? Good Counsel pregnancy crisis services can help. You don’t have to face this problem alone or unsupported. A crisis pregnancy often leads you to into isolation from others while you try to find a quick fix solution. Experience shows that loneliness, or companionship with those who view unplanned pregnancy as a death knell to your standard of living, can have adverse affects on your thinking. This includes symptoms of severe depression, fear & panic, or a desperate sense of helplessness. This is hardly the environment you need when facing one of the biggest choices of your life.
While Good Counsel Network are a Pro-Life centre, your decision ultimately rests with you. As a pregnant woman, you have free will, and with that you have the liberty to act according to your own informed conscience. Good Counsel Network volunteers endeavor to give positive alternatives to abortion, with the view that pregnant women can make a an informed choice. That they can feel sure that in keeping your baby is a viable and practical option, which deep down every woman hopes to realise.
Good Counsel pregnancy crisis services endeavor to give women of all ages & backgrounds the liberty & essential support to carry out a decision which is right and allows pregnant mothers and their child’s lives to be considered with due respect & dignity.
The support Good Counsel pregnancy crisis services provides is tailored to every individual mother’s needs and incorporates if needed the following:
Accommodation, financial assistance, moral support, ongoing advice, advice with family or partner, forward planning support, group meetings for comradeship & support, maternity apparel, baby products, dairy nourishment & dypers or other assistance as required
Their are some great testimonies from mothers with their children who have taken their journey with Good Counsel Network, and are living their lives with satisfaction & contentment in their hearts.