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Jaz Rabadia MBE Oct 15
Remembering the babies I got to hold in my heart, but not in my arms ❤️❤️❤️ The feeling of loss never subsides, but talking about it helped my heart to heal. We must address the stigma that is
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Miscarriage Association Oct 15
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Anna Jordan Oct 15
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Sarah Copland Oct 15
The recent death of my son Isaac has been public, our grief shared by many. But today, on pregnancy and infant loss remembrance day, I honour our 1st son, who we never got to meet. Our loss was unfortunately common, but hidden &unspoken, yet the grief very real
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Angela Marshall Oct 15
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MamaHasHerMindful Oct 21
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. From one grieving mom to another, here’s my heartfelt message of hope.
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SheilaGregoire Oct 1
Chrissy Teigen’s Jack mattered. My son Christopher mattered. Anyone else?
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Kenneth Ma Oct 11
Getting ready for opening of the Emergency Gynaecology Unit in F16
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Jennie Agg Oct 20
There is absolutely no logic or humanity in the rules around maternity care right now. There’s only one way hearing the words ‘I’m so sorry there is no heartbeat’ could be made worse - being forced to hear it alone.
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Anuya Patil Oct 15
Today I’m sharing a deeply personal story of grief – the kind that is usually unfortunately swept under the rug. The grief of pregnancy loss. A THREAD
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Emma Gilmartin Nov 10
Just finished 6 weeks of counselling via 's free service to help look after my incl after recurrent . So helpful - really recommend to anyone in if you need someone to listen/help you with coping strategies. ❤️
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Jen Hogan⚡ Oct 12
Ahead of pregnancy and infant loss remembrance day on Oct 15th, I wrote about my experience of miscarriage for
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🏳️‍🌈Krysti- Head of Infant Sustainment 🏳️‍🌈 Oct 20
Here she is. The culmination of years of hope and heartbreak. Miss Charlie Bea and her newborn photos- of which the outtakes are my favorite, of course.
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Gareth Oct 14
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Kirsty from a distance... Oct 6
Sending strength and solidarity to today ahead of today's Members' Debate on changing care. Thank you for standing up, sharing this most painful of experiences and bringing your influence to make change.
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Paula Knight ✒️♿🌱📚 Nov 9
The Facts of Life 2017: My memoir on coming of age, trying for children, impact of post-viral illness, 1970/80s, nature & environment. Paperback &
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Isabelle Defaut Oct 8
Let’s speak up. Let’s speak out. Let’s share our stories. Let’s break the silence. Let’s be clear: there is no shame in Let’s support each other, One baby at a time.
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Tommy's Oct 3
We're working with on a global research study to understand the experiences of parents who have lost their baby to , or during the pandemic. Take part in this vital research:
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#MAMADRAMAPOD Oct 28
Did you know that 1 in 4 women suffer a miscarriage? We are joined by the lovely Victoria & Co Founder of who shares her personal experience. Check this out & let us know your thoughts!
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Senator Mary Seery-Kearney 😷 Oct 12
Miscarriage is the loss of a whole lifetime of hopes, dreams and expectations. Every miscarriage deserves for that loss to be valued for what it is, the loss of a lifetime with someone who is loved. Sadly that is not the lived experience
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