When thinking about death we have so many questions and very few answers. It’s where the fear and disbelief stem from.
When our son, James, was diagnosed in utero with a rare chromosomal condition, we struggled to explain this to our two older
I’ve always been an avid reader. After my daughter was stillborn, though, I couldn’t read. It took a long time to pick up a
I call the year after my son, Zachary, died in my arms at birth my “Year of Distraction.” In that time, I could not confront
Vulnerability and bravery. Two words that I wouldn’t easily put into one sentence. Grieving the death of my daughter and the
I’m always conscious of writing on Still Standing Magazine about my children who came afterwards. Of my rainbow babies. About
I’ve always been interested in the stories of inspiration after loss. The stories of resilience, and hope, and healing. Grief