“Nobody wants to have an abortion. And if nobody wants to have an abortion, why are women doing it, 2800 times a day? If women doing something 2,800 times daily that they don’t want to do, this is not liberation we’ve won. We are colluding in a strange new form of oppression.”
Can you really leave every possible bias and personal interest outside the consulting room? Or might the fact that you view abortion as a normal part of healthcare, along with the general pressure you’re under ( not to mention the much greater payment from the HSE if she does decide to have an abortion) lead you to inadvertently nudge her towards a course of action she may regret?