We know that the feelings you are experiencing are very real. When we lost our baby girl we were completely overcome by it and had no idea on how to cope with it.
After years of struggle we finally found peace, understanding and hope. In an effort to try and pass on the healing process that worked for us we have put together a short Ebook titled Miscarriage Support. It highlights 11 simple thoughts and practices that were very effective in helping us overcome our miscarriage tragedy.
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Eight years ago my wife and I were expecting a beautiful baby girl. Without warning my wife miscarried and we lost our baby girl. To say we were devastated is an understatement. A grieving process ensued. We looked for answers, for understanding and for some comfort.
What we found is that there really wasn’t a whole lot of options out there to help us. We received a few books, none of which really talked about the problem. To make things worse we found the reaction of family and friends was: “Just get over it there was obviously something wrong with the child.” Or “Well, at least you have your other kids.”
As I tried and failed to find ways to help my wife find comfort, I learned some things that helped. She taught me most of them because she is so amazing.
We also noticed that we were not alone, that miscarriages are more common than I realized. People began to come out of the woodwork saying, “we’ve had a miscarriage before too.”
I couldn’t believe the number of people who had also been suffering in silence for years while looking for help.
My own suffering silence, trying to find answers and some sense of peace led thoughts and feelings that maybe I could do something about it. I felt impressed to go back to school. Those thoughts were quickly replaced with thoughts of “how in the world could I do that with a family and home to care for, pressing responsibilities at my church and an ever demanding business, where could I possibly find the time.”
However, I couldn’t get away from the gnawing feeling that I could make a difference. I had to act and as result, for the next 3.5 years I attended night school (an amazing sacrifice for my entire family) and received a Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling. I think this schooling was my mission call to help others get through the pains of suffering a miscarriage, as my wonderful wife and I had experienced.
As part of that mission, I have devoted a great deal of my time in building a program to help others find the peace that my family has found. Don’t get me wrong, you will always miss the child you lost; however, there are answers and there are people who truly understand how you feel and really can help you heal.
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