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.
If we allow fear of illness or death to rule our lives, we’ll be unable to learn the lessons we learn through all life’s trials, troubles, and struggles.
Some parents tragically lose their infants and unborn children. One nonprofit, Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep, uses photography to help parents heal.
While we recognize Zara Dawson’s son would most likely have passed away after birth, to ignore the fact she had a hand in the ultimate violence towards him is disingenuous.
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.
Parents often don’t know which hospitals will provide them care during pregnancy complications until it’s too late. We need hospital transparency to protect babies and mothers.
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.
By arguing that a baby in the womb is simply a trivial ‘clump of cells,’ the left tells mothers who have miscarried or delivered a stillborn child that their suffering does not matter.
Nebraska’s commemorative birth certificates for miscarried children respect the dignity of the unborn and validate parents’ grief.
If organizers want to talk about reproductive rights, they need to address the widespread but completely neglected issue of pregnancy loss.
At our weakest, we had no social script to lean on and no ritual to follow, because the rules for pregnancy loss have been different than all other types of death.
Even in death, unborn infants receive no respect from an abortion industry anxious to portray such human beings as trash.
Why do we raise awareness about pregnancy and infant loss? Because once people know the truth, they can love others who are suffering.
These losses are common, but it can be hard to know what to say or not to say when a friend or family member experiences a miscarriage or infant death.
Hillary Scott touched the hurting hearts of millions, identifying with the many who long to hold the baby they never knew while navigating a culture that doesn’t notice their loss.
Sharing a pregnancy earlier could change the way our society views pregnancy, and pregnancy loss, for the better.
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