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not Alone

Infant loss through miscarriage, stillbirth or death is a devastating experience.

There can be many unanswered questions about what has happened, or “what ifs” when a pregnancy traumatically ends.
Intense feelings, deep sadness and grief can feel overwhelming.

Friends and family can be helpful, they care about you and want you to be well but you might need more support than what they can offer. And that’s okay.
If you need someone to listen or help you find strength for the days ahead, you have come to the right place.

Your partner may also experience a wide range of emotions while trying to support and comfort you.  The feelings and deep sense of loss are real for both of you, and you may need a safe space to talk through your traumatic experiences either together or on your own.


Although about 20% of pregnancies end in miscarriage, many women do not know where to go for help when they have experienced a loss.

Friends & Family

If you know someone experiencing miscarriage or loss, the best thing you can do is be available to them. Sit with them, grieve with them, but avoid trying to make sense of the situation on their behalf. Make space for them to walk out this journey and let them lead the conversation. A lot can be said without using words.

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