Tweety, BSN, RN 32,996 Posts Specializes in Med-Surg, Trauma, Ortho, Neuro, Cardiac. Has 31 years experience. Oct 31, 2007 I think you need to pay attention to the uneasy feeling. Probe it, talk with others about it, make sure before you take a job, any job. People who have made up their minds on either side could be characterized as "closed minded". Pro-life and pro-choice. I wouldn't toss rock at glass houses.I also wouldn't make a blanket statement that women don't have any emotional repercussions or do have them. Women (I know, I say this all the time) are not MONOLITHS. We are individuals who experience life in different ways. I do know many women who have had abortions and struggle and I have a good friend from college who has no qualms at all. Please don't stereotype.This is your choice - educate yourself and then make the decision that is right for you. stephExcellent advice. I think the OP should examine her own feelings, and pay attention to that uneasy doubt. Just as Hospice nurses have to examine their feelings of death and dying, the abortion clinic nurse must examine her own feelings....how she/he feels personally on the inside without influence of others feelings.We need to own our feelings, without allowing others space in our heads telling us how we are "supposed" to feel, regardless if it is a popular or majority feeling.