Why you are here
Your situation is individual. You may have started to miscarry, you may have found out your baby has passed away through a routine scan, or a genetic abnormality may have been diagnosed. Whatever brings you to our support we want you to feel validated in your grief and no longer alone.
We know that grief is not defined by the type of loss you experienced – your grief relates to the absence of your child, your empty arms, the broken hopes and dreams for your family.
In many societies there is a cultural perception that grief is linear and you will “feel better” as time goes by which can make it harder to navigate your way through the layers of the emotional pain when everyone around you wants you to be positive or to move on from the grief.
While we have identified below the way you may have found yourself at our support we acknowledge that the grief experienced will be overlapping and you may relate to parts of it or all of it. Grief has its own individual layers and as a result your experience is your own but our support is for all.