General Help


Nothing tops talking

Whether you’re the woman, the man or friends and family, there are so many unknowns, that knowing how you feel is a great place to start.

Talking openly to a professional about your own feelings, concerns, worries and hopes is absolutely crucial in a crisis pregnancy. While we won’t tell you what to say, we will help you decide the best way to get it across to all those involved.

Feeling excluded?

You may be reading this in a situation where you have been excluded from any discussions that have taken place or the decision process in its entirety. Our counsellors are experienced in this very common situation and can help you explore what might be happening from everyone’s point of view and come up with a way to approach the issue.

Different roles
for different people

If women and men experiencing a crisis pregnancy are receiving support, it will generally come from their partners, mothers, friends or other family members. Research conducted by the Crisis Pregnancy Agency in 2005 showed that more than one in three women looked to their mother for support. However, women who decided on abortion were much more likely to seek a friend’s support than those carrying on with the pregnancy. Whichever role you play, remember that the best way to support someone is to first keep yourself strong.

we’re Here2Help

Whether you’d like one appointment or many, to come alone or with someone else and talk in our offices or on neutral ground, we’re Here2Help.

Crisis Pregnancy Helpline: 1850 67 33 33

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