Miscarriage and pregnancy loss are two rarely spoken words that connect women all over the world. A silent sisterhood of women who step out of the shadows to comfort women as they suffer through the pain of early pregnancy loss.
I had no idea how many women in my life had suffered through the pain. So many women in my life comforted me when I miscarried–yet I had not been there to comfort them. Because pregnancy loss is not something that is talked about. There is a reason women do not announce pregnancies until after the first trimester.
I understand the need to guard an already broken heart during a vulnerable time. My own experience was a very public affair.
Pregnancy loss is painful lonely, events. I feel that bringing out of the shadows and will help those millions of women that have yet to undergo this experience. The loss and loneliness following my miscarriage was crippling. If my posts and words offer any amount of comfort to a mom that has recently miscarried then sharing my personal pain is well worth it.
My Miscarriage Story
You are not alone. When you are ready to talk to others of your pain, you will find that there are many of us walking this path.
We want another baby. But I fear a repeat. I worry that I won’t be able to fight the depression if it happens again. Then I think of all the women who’ve walked the path before me. I think of my baby in heaven often and know that one day I will get to hold her. That thought comforts me.
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