• LET’S TALK ABOUT IT… No Really, Let’s.

    September 10, 2013

    Guest post by Gabriela There are so many things loss moms have to overcome. The list is probably infinite and it changes all the time. But one thing that currently tops that list for me is acknowledgement, or lack there of. As far as talking about my precious angel baby, I don’t really blame co-workers, friends,…

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  • Perfect

    September 9, 2013

    Guest post by Hallie Yurick “It was a perfect pregnancy,” I thought three and a half months later as I returned to yoga and remembered, the last time I was here, I held my belly with love and excitement, regardless of the heartburn, fatigue, and all the other “joys” of pregnancy. “It would’ve been a wonderful birth,”…

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  • Choices

    September 6, 2013

    The other day, I came across a blog of someone dealing with infertility. I don’t read many blogs these days.  I haven’t really even written much in mine lately.  I find myself facing writer’s block a lot of the time…so many, many things I want to say but all jumbled in my head and it…

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  • Not the Right Kind of Grieving

    September 6, 2013

    Guest post by Verity There’s a fire, something so fierce and strong that blazes inside my chest, this is my ‘grief’. Grief, such an unattached word, never really understood it; I thought I did when losing my grandfather then quickly after my grandma. I was 23 years old when these special people were ripped out…

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  • Opening the Door to Hope

    September 5, 2013

    Guest post by Victoria Denney Coming home from the hospital after losing Joshua was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do.  A part of me never wanted to walk back through that front door.  So much had changed since I had been home the week before.  My husband had taken down the large chalk…

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  • Because of You.

    September 4, 2013

    Guest post by Kayla Smith I sit here nearly two months into this journey and ask myself the very question I dreaded others asking me, how am I doing? I immediately tell myself I’m terrible. I’m not making any progress. I’m at a standstill. I feel as if a pause button has been hit on…

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  • Don’t Compare Your Grief

    September 3, 2013

    We talk a lot about not getting into the game of comparing losses, but what about comparing our grieving? I know I do it. I find myself reading a blog, or listening to another bereaved mother talk about her journey in grief, and think to myself, “I wish I could be where she is at?…

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