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Meaningful Grieving After Pregnancy Loss

We want to welcome Hannah Mirmiran back to 'What's Your Grief' to continue our discussion about grieving after pregnancy loss. Hannah is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works as a Psychotherapist at Omaha Integrative Care in Omaha, Nebraska. She

Coping with Pregnancy Loss: One Mother’s Perspective

I'd like to welcome Hannah Mirmiran, today's guest blogger.  Hannah Mirmiran is a therapist who found What's Your Grief a few months ago and has since become a great supporter (Thanks Hannah!). Because of her personal and professional link to

Making Time for Grief During Pregnancy

Today we'd like to welcome guest author Dana Schwartz to discuss what she has learned from her experience grieving during pregnancy.  As some of you know, this topic is close to my heart because I lost my own mother to cancer

The Grief Wall: Loss of Identity After Stillbirth

This essay was written by one of our grief friends, Alex.  We very rarely have guest posts, only when we know the writer's message will resonate with those who've had similar experiences in a way we couldn't hope to replicate.  Thank

Grief After Abortion: healing from unspoken loss

There are posts that we write here on WYG that travel like wildfire.  In the course of a day or two we see the reach on social media climb, people commenting, sharing and resharing.  We love it, because it reminds

Mother’s Day Grieving: A List of WYG Articles to Help You Cope

As Mother's Day approaches, I wanted to offer a new piece of wisdom from our travels. Perhaps something shared with us by a reader or a personal observation from 16 years of grieving a mother that might help you with

How To Talk To Children About Miscarriage and Stillbirth

We received a question this week about resources for talking with children about miscarriage and stillbirth. Though we have lots of resources about talking to kids about death and grief (you can find those here), I realized we have never

17 Posts to Help You Cope With Mother’s Day Grief

We've written quite a few posts related to Mother's Day. I guess because Mother's Day relentlessly happens once or year and because my mother died ten years ago; I'm a mother myself; and we meet a lot of awesome women who want to contribute

64 Children’s Books About Death and Grief

When grief hits a family, children often become the focus: how to talk to them about death; how to recognize if they are grieving 'normally'; how to create open communication and dialogue; etc. When we ask adults what they need