Asheville Pregnancy Support Services


Asheville Pregnancy Support Services
Asheville Pregnancy Support Services is listed in the Abortion Alternatives Information & Services category in Asheville, North Carolina. Displayed below is the only current social network for Asheville Pregnancy Support Services which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Asheville Pregnancy Support Services on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 77.

Contact information for Asheville Pregnancy Support Services is:
1710 Old Haywood Rd
Asheville, NC 28806
(828) 252-1306
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#Mythbuster: You've heard that only teens have unplanned pregnancies. The #truth is...unplanned pregnancies occur over a variety of demographics - from married to unmarried, from teens to twenties to mature adults with children. An unplanned pregnancy doesn't have "favorites." You - and only you - are in control of your sexual choices and the potential consequences. Think about what you want for your future, so you can be proactive, not reactive.

Tell yourself that you are amazing and strong...because you are!

Feeling overwhelmed or confused about how fatherhood will affect your future? We can help. Call to set up an appointment to talk confidentially, man to man.
Mountain Area Pregnancy Services is here to serve you. At each location, you will find the same high standards of compassionate care. Please feel free to pick the location that best meets your needs.

If you've recently found out you are facing an unplanned pregnancy, it can be a scary time -especially as you prepare to share the news with others. Keep these tips in mind: 1) It's ok to be scared. You may feel a variety of emotions as you process the news yourself. 2) Practice what you are going to say. Hearing yourself say it out loud will make it easier and help calm your nerves for the real thing. 3) Keep your language as positive as possible. Your outlook and attitude are everything. 4) Be thoughtful about timing. Share the news when you and the other person(s) won't be rushed or interrupted. 5) Remain calm even if the person you are talking to does not. 6) Remember that you are not alone. Many other women have experienced exactly what you are feeling and there are support networks like ours that can help you in your journey!

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