Share Your Stories – Raise Your Voice

Unspoken Grief is approaching our 1 year since launch anniversary. We are thankful that so many of you have been willing to help create a safe space to share our stories, our pain and our grief. We have read many heartbreaking, uplifting and inspiring stories thanks to all of you — you have all helped so many people feel less alone and more understood.

In an effort to make things easier for those needing and wanting to share their stories, we have added the option of not needing to register. You can now use the form below to submit your stories of loss, grief, and hope [this form can also be found here]. This, as well as our anonymous ‘quick share’ option, we are hoping more will be able to share the words that they need to get out and we can continue to offer support for those who break their silence.

We are very proud of how this community has grown and come together in just under one year. Hopeful for 2012 that we will continue to reach those that feel alone and silenced and we are dedicated to continue to raise awareness and support for those of us living with perinatal grief.

 Share Your Story. Raise Your Voice.

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Thank you all for your support and for sharing your stories and voices with us.

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Devan McGuinness

is the founder and executive director of the award-winning resource Unspoken Grief .

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  1. Around this time of year , I get upset easy ,Because it’s when i lost my little one . I try not to take it out on anyone , but It seem that i’m takeing it out on eveyone , the feeling of sadness is stronger , the grief I feel is even more stronger as if it happening all over again ! When my family is around i act happy on the outside , but in the inside i’m crying like a little baby ! I just want my baby back , I will i ever be truely happy again

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