Feelings about miscarriage are as unique as fingerprints. Some may find peace quickly. Others may be devastated.
But it's important to not underestimate the powerful feelings that can come after a miscarriage.
For a glimpse into how raw and painful it can be, see the anonymous stories posted on MiscarriageHurts.com.
How Can You Help?
We’ve researched and listened to people’s experiences after miscarriage. From this knowledge, we’ve created these toolkits to guide you to helping your loved ones - and yourself - through miscarriage.
“You are not alone.”
A short video on finding peace after miscarriage.
Forget Me Not Pin
Our Forget Me Not Pins help you memorialize your pregnancy or reproductive loss and show support for anyone impacted. Forget Me Not Pins offer comfort as a symbol that we are remembering your loss, and remembering your child with you.
How to Help
Impacted by miscarriage? Or was someone you love impacted?
Want to know what to do? Top 10 lists, tips, tools, and help.
If you are grieving after miscarriage, what can you do? We all know what to do when a grandparent dies, but what do you do with your grief after miscarriage? Our culture offers no structure or outlet for your grief. When your grief isn't publicly recognized, you’re less likely to express your thoughts and feelings, although this is a critical part of the grieving process.
Do your friends ask how your partner is doing after a miscarriage, but don’t ask about you?
Do you feel marginalized, as if everyone believes that she’s the only one impacted by the miscarriage?
Do you feel like it’s your job to be strong for her, with no emotions of your own?
...When someone you love tells you that they’ve had a miscarriage