P R E G N A N C Y L O S S S U P P O R T
Grief is not a disorder, a disease or a sign of weakness. It is an emotional, physical and spiritual necessity, the price you pay for love. The only cure for grief is to grieve. ~ Earl Grollman
After the loss of your baby, the grief can be so intense, it can be difficult to clear your mind enough to figure out what you can do to bring yourself to face another day.
It is not easy to move on. And in some ways, moving on feels like leaving your baby behind. Our grief is so wrapped up in our experience with our baby, we feel like if we lose that grief we are letting go of our baby. But in doing good things for your baby and yourself you can enter each day with more hope and positive memories of your baby beside you.
Doing the kinds of things listed above, will also help in your own healing.
Find positive ways to get your feelings out - write, paint, draw. Don't worry if they don't look or sound professional. No one else has to see it but you.