Pregnancy Loss

Early Pregnancy Matters

By Sarah Noble We are told not to tell anyone we are pregnant, until the second trimester.   We are told to keep it quiet,…

Miscarriage with Children

By Jennifer Robertson Life must go on.  As a parent, all we ever want to do is protect our children and ensure they are happy.  …

My Miscarriage Story

By Sarah Noble 24/1/20 I’m bleeding. It started with brown blood on the toilet paper this morning when I went to the toilet. It’s slowly gotten heavier…

Losing You

By Emma Heaphy Ashamed, Helpless, Broken, This is how I felt.  Frustration, Guilt, Pain, This is what I lived.  Cried, Cursed, Hid, This is how I reacted.  Why me? Why now? Why at all? This is…

LONGING AND LOSS

By Sally Saint I have lately had the intense feeling that ‘life’ has been weaving a healing web for me, and it is something…

You Don’t Need To Do It On Your Own

Motivated by her own fertility experiences, Kathryn created Fertility Potentials as a way for those struggling with fertility challenges to navigate their individual path…

Miscarriage and Moving On

By Gemma Chatzipanagiotis The subject of miscarriage struggles to find a place in society. Cloaked in mystery and privacy it is a topic we seem…

Silent Grief

By Anna Stoyanoff There are some possibilities that, once options, can quickly become obligations. It happens with all kinds of decisions in our lives,…

Searching for a Sleeping Angel

By Dr. Kumari Valentine This past weekend, it was my daughter’s 4th birthday; my precious beautiful girl who was born sleeping. I baked a…

Grief vs Depression in loss

By Dr Kumari Valentine October is Pregnancy and Baby Loss awareness month. As a clinical psychologist, one of the questions I get asked is…