How To Share Your Story

Unspoken Grief wants you to raise your voice — share your stories. You can post about what happened, you can post about what you feel now, what you are afraid of — there are no limits as long as it pertains to miscarriage (including ectopic, molar and blighted), stillbirth or neonatal death. You can submit an blog post/article as often as you’d like.

This site is for anyone touched by perinatal grief — you can be the mom of baby no longer here, a father, brother, sister, aunt, grandmother/father, friend — anyone we want you to raise your voice.

You are able to post under a pseudo-name if that makes you more comfortable — all you need is a valid email address that will not be shared.  If you have a post that you wish to publish anonymously, that is accepted as well.

Here is how you do it:

Fill out this form and our editors will work to get it posted as fast as possible. If you’d like to be notified when it’s live or scheduled to go live, be sure to include a valid email address and we will do our best to keep you informed (though we can’t always guarantee that can happen.)

Author name: (pseudonym is ok)

Email: (required; never shared & will not be displayed)

URL: (of your own blog/website if you want your story to have a link to your own site -- optional)

Twitter:(if you want your Twitter account added to the end of your story -- optional)

Do you want this to be anonymous? (required)

Category: (hold Crtl to choose more then one)

About you: Please choose which describes you best

Your Story:

Notes to Editor: (optional)

This check box indicates you agree to allow your story to appear on in accordance to the Terms of Service.

If you can't see the form or it's not working, please send an email to mystory[@]

All submitted posts will be lightly edited for spelling, grammar & appropriate content & may take some time for your post to appear on the site. Please read our Terms of Service before submitting any material.

Thank you so much for helping to build a safe, supportive & understood community.