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Miscarriage and finding hope amidst grief with Rachel Johnson | www.themorning.com/racheljohnson

In this week’s Real Stories of Loss, Hope & Healing I am honored to share an interview with Rachel Johnson, an elementary school teacher turned calligrapher and business-owner. You can get to know Rachel a little more here @rachelannejohnson or learn more about her calligraphy and business endeavors here @rjcalligraphyco. Rachel, thank you for sharing your […]

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Sterling Myers shares her story of losing her daughter June and the hope that she has found amidst grief. | The Morning | A Community of Hope for Those Who Have Experienced Infant & Pregnancy Loss

There is something special and unique that happens when a mama who is hurting finds another mama who can identify, a mama who understands; a mama who can share the burden of grief simply because she’s already walked the same road. It is comforting to hear her speak of joy and hope. It is comforting […]

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Printable Self-Care Checklist for the Grieving Mother | The Morning

Every person experiences grief differently. The emotions are different, the reactions are different, the coping methods are different, even the things that bring healing are different from one person to another. However, amidst all those differences there is one thing that every grieving mother has in common, the need for self-care. When your life changes […]

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Printable Cards & Shareable Images for Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month | The Morning | Ashlee Proffitt

In October of 1988, President Ronald Reagan declared October Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness month and he made the following statement: When a child loses his parent, they are called an orphan. When a spouse loses her or his partner, they are called a widow or widower. When parents lose their child, there isn’t a word […]

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