Unspoken Grief Is A Website That Offers Community And Support For Women Who Have Suffered Miscarriage, Stillbirth And Neonatal Loss. Learn More About It.

Unspoken Grief is a website that offers community and support for women who have suffered miscarriage, stillbirth and neonatal loss.
Miscarriage, stillbirth and neonatal loss are very sad and painful realities for many women. Thanks to organizations and websites that bring awareness and a community of support to the women who suffer loss through miscarriage and stillbirth, the topics are becoming less taboo - slowly but surely. I recently came across the website Unspoken Grief. It was founded by Devan McGuinness, who suffered a staggering 10 miscarriages as a result of a luteal phase defect, progesterone deficiency and Factor V Leiden. Devan is also the mom of three children. She founded Unspoken Grief because she felt there was a lack of support for women who had experienced miscarriages. She wanted a place for women to be able to share their stories and receive support, as well as give support to other women.
The site's mission is "To build and support a community of individuals and families who have been touched directly or indirectly by miscarriage, stillbirth and neonatal loss. Working together to remove the stigma of perinatal grief by sharing our stories and increasing awareness of the lasting effects of perinatal loss."
There are several community features on Unspoken Grief. You can anonymously post short messages in Break Your Silence without having to register. You can also register to Share Your Stories. There are many resource articles on miscarriage, stillbirth and neonatal loss as well. If you need support following a miscarriage or stillbirth, or if you know someone who does, take a look at Unspoken Grief. More on miscarriage, stillbirth and infant loss The House I Keep: A short film on miscarriage, stillbirth and early infant loss Depression following miscarriage can last for years George Bush discusses his mom's miscarriage

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