There is still a stigma in our culture about pregnancy loss, miscarriage, and stillbirth. Here are three reasons not to keep it a secret.
I admire Chrissy and John’s courage for being so open and honest about sharing their pain. Here are ways parents who have lost children can heal, and the rest of us can help.
Some parents tragically lose their infants and unborn children. One nonprofit, Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep, uses photography to help parents heal.
Writing thoughts helps us avoid going in unproductive circles of anxiety, which can further reduce the negative effects of stress.
My 9-year-old son wanted to talk about death. He might have taught me more than I taught him.
A chemical pregnancy may be invisible to onlookers, but the hopes associated with having a child require little to take root, and when they are cut down, it can feel devastating.
Two premature babies were born in New York City this summer, at similar ages. One was abandoned in a park, the other killed in a late-term abortion.
Miscarriages are very common, but the frequency of the tragedy does not reduce the weight of death. Here is how you can be a support through your friends’ grief.
I kissed three faces. ‘We’ll be okay, but–’ Tears flooded my eyes again at the thought of not having a fourth face to kiss.
These holidays can be extremely difficult times for angel parents—parents who have lost their children. We all can help support them better.
Listen to a special episode of the ‘Problematic Women’ podcast, a tribute to Federalist Staff Writer Bre Payton with her mother and friends.
We are a culture awash in self-acceptance. This is seldom more apparent than in the way we speak of—and try not to speak of—abortion.
This coming Saturday, you just may see many women and men across the country wearing black. We’re remembering the lives lost by abortion.
No amount of denial from pro-choicers can change the fact that many post-abortive mothers carry the grief of a severed parent-child bond with them.
The documentary film explores the source of the cultural silence about the deaths of new and unborn babies, and how we can get away from it to bring families healing.
Our lives are a fragile gift. The grief that death stirs in us underscores what a beautiful thing we really have.
We can be confident Bre Payton’s heavenly image is even more stunning than her earthly one. And that’s no easy feat at all.
While most of us would walk by and continue on with our lives, Bre Payton walked over to the police and demanded they help an overdosing homeless man. She watched until they did.
The first empty grave is only the first grave to empty, for on the last day all graves will be empty—Bre’s and those of all we mourn at Christmas who have died in Christ.
Bre Payton’s life is an inspiration, a bright light that tells us we should go after what we want, and work hard for it. For that, I am very grateful.
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