Revolution After AbortionA 6-Week Journey of Personal Growth

Is your brain working on overdrive with thoughts about your abortion(s)? 

Do you feel simultaneously empowered and devastated? 

Do you worry that nobody really wants to hear about it?

Revolution After Abortion is here for you.

IN 6  WEEKS...


You will connect with a community that "gets it" in that deep way.

You will banish fear from your mind (especially that recurring thought of being "punished").

You will find inner peace and feel even stronger than before your abortion(s).

You will gain confidence in your ability to express yourself about your abortion(s).

You will be equipped to handle any thought or emotion.

You will discover your vision for an extraordinary life. 

You will emerge with next steps to realize your vision and a supportive community to midwife your dreams into reality.




  • A Getting Real to Heal questionnaire to discover what's been holding you back from completely moving forward on your own
  • 6 two-hour community & group coaching live video sessions
  • Spiritual Experiments between sessions
  • 6 guided meditations (lifetime access)
  • A private Facebook community curated daily for all six weeks (accessible at registration)
  • A members-only webpage on which to tell your story on video and to view fellow participants’ confidential video stories (accessible at registration)
  • A gift bag to kick off the program (includes a signed copy of May Cause Love, a Revolution After Abortion tote, and more!)  


WEEK #1.  Authenticity As A Way of Life

WEEK #2.  The End of Fear

WEEK #3.  What is Forgiveness, Really?

WEEK #4.  The Metaphysics of Grief

WEEK #5.  Follow Your Gut

WEEK #6.  Finding Your Place in The Universe



Monday, July 30th, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. EST

Monday, August 6th, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. EST

Monday, August 13th, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. EST

Monday, August 20th, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. EST

Monday, August 27th, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. EST

Monday, September 3rd, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. EST

Need to miss a few sessions? Not to worry. Each call is recorded, so you'll have lifetime access.



July 30th, 2018 - September 10th, 2018




3 payments of $125




free + private + confidential

20-minute consultations

Phone or Skype



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Kassi Underwood had an abortion at age 19 and has spent much of the following fourteen years traveling the country to create spaces for people like us to share our experiences, find peace, and self-actualize. Educated at Harvard Divinity School, she is a meditation teacher and the author of the memoir May Cause Love: An Unexpected Journey of Enlightenment After Abortion (HarperCollins, 2017). 

Kassi has shared her own experience and talked about how everyone should have compassion and respect for people who've had abortions on MSNBC and NPR as well as CNN's series Bridging The Divide. She taught writing at Columbia University, where she earned an MFA in literary nonfiction, and her personal essays about abortion have been featured in The New York Times “Modern Love” column and podcast, The Atlantic Monthly digital, Women's HealthBest SelfBust, The RumpusNew York Magazine, and many more. She hosts the YouTube series, Spiritually Blonde.











"When I started working with Kassi, I had no idea what to expect or what I would get out of it, but after my abortion, I just knew I needed to do something to figure out the path through my grief and complicated feelings. Right away, I could tell that Kassi is tough, compassionate, full of wisdom, and made of awesome! She's relatable — and she understands the weirdness of the South and equally the weirdness of the Northeast when it comes to talking about sex topics.

I've experienced huge shifts in my relationships with my husband, my mother, my friends — and, surprisingly, my professional life. Teaching actors to act means asking them to connect with their inner self, which can be a struggle if you don't want to touch those dark places within yourself. I'm no longer afraid to go there.

I see everything more clearly now. I feel anxiety and depression lifting. I've overcome fears. Speaking your truth is a beautiful and scary and freeing thing."

- Hannah Hammond, Actor & Theatre Professor, Georgia & New Hampshire.

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"I spent the first couple of weeks after my abortion feeling very paralyzed and confused by the mix of emotions that I was feeling. It didn’t feel like anyone who was talking about abortion really understood or cared about what I was feeling. By some miracle, I found Kassi's book, May Cause Love, on Instagram one night. Two days later it arrived on my doorstep and I didn’t even get halfway through it before feeling this strong pull to have a conversation with Kassi. 

Kassi created a safe space to unpack my grief — not only around my abortion but also ungrieved grief that I had been carrying around for 15+ years. She showed me so many tools that worked. They got me through those hard moments when I usually would have given up. Working with her allowed me to question my patterns and choices in a healthy way and to see where I could change things. Some of the techniques she taught me I still use every single day. I am about to finish my 200 hour yoga teacher training and I hope to teach gentle movement classes with a focus in honoring yourself and your healing. I am forever grateful to Kassi and I would not be who I am or where I am without her work."

- Jenn S., yoga teacher in training, Maryland.


"I terminated my pregnancy five years ago. I was 18. There was no one that I felt would relate, no one I felt safe enough to talk about it with, and there seemed to be nothing that would fill how empty I felt. The word 'abortion' made my stomach turn every time I heard it. I accepted it was just going to be a painful secret forever... and then I was introduced to Kassi and started reading May Cause Love.

Working with Kassi got me started on my own journey of healing. I have been able to talk about my own experience, feel reassured that I am not alone in this, and allow myself to feel emotions I had thought I wanted to avoid. Kassi helped me come up with new ways to think about my experience, and new ways to cope with my emotions. I now have constructive solutions to any negative feelings that come up. I hope that anyone who has had this experience feels encouraged and supported to start their own journey as well."

—Laura H., Junior Accountant & Office Manager, New Hampshire.



Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is Revolution After Abortion pro-choice or anti-? 
  • Is this a religious program? 
  • I don't live in the United States. Can I register for Revolution After Abortion?
  • I'm an in-person type. Will I really feel connected and experience results over the internet?
  • I'm a man or non-binary person and my partner/ex had an abortion. Can I register for the program?
  • I work at an organization that deals with abortion/pregnancy; can I attend for research purposes?
  • I want to register for Revolution After Abortion, but I want to be anonymous. Will I still get anything out of it?
  • I know Kassi personally. I really want to attend, but she doesn't even know I've had an abortion. Will it be weird for me to register? Does Kassi work with people she knows? 
  • I noticed Revolution After Abortion begins during mercury retrograde. Isn't that supposed to be an awful time to begin something new? 
  • What is your refund policy?
  • I want to do three $125 payments. Can you tell me when those payments will be due? 

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Kelly Fitzgerald Junco is a sober writer based in Southwest Florida who is best known for her personal blog The Adventures of a Sober Señorita. Her work has been published across the web including sites like The Huffington Post, Thought Catalog, Ravishly, SheKnows, Elite Daily, The Fix, Brit + Co, Addiction Unscripted and AfterParty Magazine. She is currently writing her forthcoming memoir to be published by Passageway Press in 2019.


Kathryn Stack grew up in a smallish town in the Midwest. In 2009, she became an aunt, left an unhealthy relationship, and had an abortion - it was a big year. Due to some unusual circumstances, she became an abortion storyteller - talking about her abortion with audiences across the country, including on MTV and VICE News. In 2015, she had a spiritual breakdown/breakthrough, and she's been following her intuition ever since. She's pretty nerdy and has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and English, a Master of Arts in Gender and Women's Studies, and will begin pursuing a Master of Social Work in the Fall. She's religiously Jewish, but spiritually blonde. She's still waiting on her letter from Hogwarts.