This article titled clearing the Air about the Psychological Effects of Abortion was written in December, 1999 by Martha Shuping, M.D. this article takes a look at the mindset after and before a women go through the process. The article gives us an in-depth look at some of the psychological effects that a women have to go thought the article also serves as a reminder of how hard the process can be on a women emotionally and physically. The author starts off by giving us a percentage she conclude base on her research at least 70 percent of the women that has an abortion believe that it is immoral. They believe under different circumstances they would have kept the pay. Majority of the women going thought the process believes with a better support system and a way to provide they would have kept their child. More often the woman who chose abortion chose it out of fear of not being able to provide for that child over 80 percent of those woman believe they would have kept their child if they were in a better situation. (Martha Shuping, 1999) The author continues by implying that that fact that when most woman get an abortion they often go against their consciences and maternal instincts that the psychological impact of abortion can be so profound. The article continues by identifying the finding of former U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop of the Reagan administration. Dr. Koop studies concluded that the researches on abortion complication were flawed that the extent and degree of the psychological impact of abortion could not be determined. Furthermore, more research and studies would be required in order to determine the severity of the impact of abortion in a psychological stand point. The author continues by that extremist twisted Dr. Koop’s letter to the President to mean. (Martha Shuping, 1999) Implying that since Dr.Koop did not find an obvious psychological effect resulting from abortion than the effects do...