I have been working with a lot of families over the past year and a half since the launch of Unspoken Grief. It has been incredibly healing for my own personal journey and I have had the great privilege of having those touched directly and indirectly by miscarriage share their stories with me.
I have learned so much about the commonalities amongst those who have suffered loss and are grieving and one of the loudest things I hear is “we wish more people would understand and support us“. The truth is, that while many have been touched by miscarriage, people on a whole are still very unaware of the real impact and real grief that a family can go through after miscarriage. There are a lot of very widespread myths over what happens after a miscarriage — from an emotional and physical perspective. I believe it is these myths that hold back support for those who are in need after a miscarriage and I would love to see these myths exposed.
Click through to read 7 common myths about miscarriage & grief and learn the real truth:
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