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Miscarriage & stillbirth

Miscarriage, stillbirth, and pregnancy loss are incredibly common, they're something that's not often talked about. In reality, 1 in 4 pregnancies results in miscarriage, and it's time to talk about this very real grief.

Helping a loved one deal with pregnancy loss

If someone you know experienced a pregnancy loss, this is an important time to be there for them. In our modern society, it's common to avoid talking about miscarriage because there's a fear that it's too upsetting. In reality, talking about the very real grief and emotions associated with this unique loss is often what the parents need the most. Be there for your loved one in any way you can.

Most popular articles

All Articles about Miscarriage & stillbirth

50+ Things to Say to Someone Who Lost a Baby or Miscarried

By Belinda McLeod, BA in Secondary Education

33 Beautiful Miscarriage Memorial Ideas for Indoors & Outdoors

By Amy Wolkenhauer, BA in English/Creative Writing

What to Write in a Pregnancy Loss Card: 25+ Messages

By Natasha Weiss, BA in Psychology

8 Rainbow Baby Gift & Gift Box Ideas for Parents

By Natasha Weiss, BA in Psychology

34 Rainbow Baby Tattoo Ideas (With Quotes & Designs)

By Belinda McLeod, BA in Secondary Education

8 Rainbow Baby Shower Ideas & Activities

By Kate Wight, BA in English

Abortion Resources

By Sam Tetrault, BA in English

What Is a Double Rainbow Baby? Definition & Examples

By Natasha Weiss, BA in Psychology

How to Deal With Anger After a Miscarriage: 8 Tips

By Natasha Weiss, BA in Psychology

How to Support Parents After a Stillbirth: 7 Ways

By Natasha Weiss, BA in Psychology

How to Tell Your Coworkers About Your Miscarriage

By Natasha Weiss, BA in Psychology

How to Cope With Mother’s Day After a Miscarriage

By Natasha Weiss, BA in Psychology

How to Support Your Wife After a Miscarriage: 6 Tips

By Natasha Weiss, BA in Psychology

What Are the Stages of Grief After a Miscarriage?

By Dr. Alejandra Vasquez, JD, CT

What Is a Postpartum Doula? And What Do They Do?

By Natasha Weiss, BA in Psychology