Encouragement for someone who has had more than one miscarriage.
Miscarriage, Bereavement & Loss
Browse these articles for advice, resources, and support offered by PSP members, and also visit this grief resources page from Bereaved Families of Ontario for websites, books, videos, podcasts, and meditations to help you or someone close to you through a difficult time.
Note: For folks ages 21–45 who have experienced loss, our members have recommended The Dinner Party, which provides virtual community gatherings aiming to combat the isolation that comes with being among the first in your peer group to lose a parent, sibling, partner, child, or close friend. In particular, The Buddy System can help you pair up with someone who has experienced a loss similar to your own.
It really sucks when a friend is going through something incredibly challenging like an illness, miscarriage/still born, or the death of a family member. You want to help but don't know how. Here are suggestions from Park Slope Parents about ways to help others.
Our PSP members have shared resources to help you manage the pain of losing a newborn.
From support groups and organizations to websites dedicated to the loss of a baby, here are some folks who can help you through these difficult times.
To view resources for perinatal loss and stillbirth specifically, please visit our page on Support for Perinatal Loss; and for more wisdom from PSP members, read through Advice for after a miscarriage.