Unspoken Grief Contributors

The Night I Cried So Hard I Couldn’t Breathe

I knew I was pregnant before I did a test. So I told my fiancé and I told him I did a test, but that I was too scared to look so he went and looked. We talked about our options, but decided we were OK with it and the excitement grew quickly. I told --> keep reading

Full of Anger and Fear After Miscarriage

Today is the date that I had my miscarriage 2 years ago. My husbands birthday is tomorrow. I still feel guilty that my body decided to abort our baby the day before his birthday. I am still very angry with the doctor I had at the time. I did not know I was pregnant until --> keep reading

What My Own Miscarriage Taught Me

The day after I lost my baby was the only day I literally wanted to die. I’ve met other women who suffered a miscarriage before, but they still seemed “normal”, so I didn’t think much of the impact it has on women until it happened to me. They said it was “hard” and “one of --> keep reading

I Can’t Answer the “Why”

They say that third times a charm, but that really doesn't matter when its a matter of miscarriage.  As a matter of fact, in my case, third time was the most painful and gut wrenching of them all. My name is Rose.  I'm a 30 year old mother to three handsome sons and three children --> keep reading