Learn how to support your loved ones after pregnancy or infant loss.
The news that a loved one has experienced miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss leaves the best of us shocked, saddened, and speechless.
“Holy shit. This program is so needed. Just days after downloading the free guide, a friend experienced a miscarriage. I felt more prepared to walk through this time with her, while supporting my own well-being.”
There’s no doubt that the rippled pain of loss extends far beyond immediate family. Extending support beyond platitudes can be healing for everyone.
If you find yourself unsure of how to support someone experiencing pregnancy loss, ask yourself how you’d support someone who just gave birth and needs time to heal, physically and emotionally.
Whether you experienced a first trimester miscarriage or a full term stillbirth, you underwent substantial physiological changes on top of the emotional trauma that is losing your baby. It is completely unfair and utter bullshit.
THIS SHIT IS HARD.
But you don’t have to struggle through it alone. Download my free guide for supporting someone after pregnancy loss and learn quick ways to share love, hold space, and support healing.
It may feel impossible to know how to support someone you care about through the utter shitstorm that is pregnancy loss. This comprehensive program is here to take you from helpless to helpful, from speechless to supportive.
My story is not unique. I am one of the 1 in 100 women who experience stillbirth. In October of 2018, after an uncomplicated and healthy pregnancy, my son Elliot Andrew Winters was born beautiful and still at 39 weeks.
In the weeks and months following the death of my son, I was emotionally and physically exhausted, just like any newly postpartum mom, but with the added trauma of loss.
Just like you, postpartum after loss felt unfamiliar and unsupported. Each recovery program I opened encouraged me to take my baby on a baby-wearing walk, provided nutrition to support those who’ve experience loss, and well-being practices for better sleep through 2am baby wake-ups.
Frankly, I was pissed. How could there be nothing out there when pregnancy and infant loss was so common?
I believe parents who’ve experienced pregnancy loss are deserving of so much care and specific support, which is why I created my Postpartum Recovery After Loss program for moms like you and me.