Miscarriage and Ectopic Pregnancy

We at Sound Journeys understand that loss through miscarriage or ectopic pregancy can be very difficult and sometimes harder to progress through the grief process. This is often due to lack of support or understanding of others on this type of loss.

“Long before becoming pregnant, we start bonding with our baby-to-be. Even as small children we start preparing ourselves for this in little ways when we play games like “Mother, Father and Baby.” The thoughts we devote to our children before and during pregnancy are the fibers of the fabric of our attachment.” Hannah Lothrop, Help, Comfort, & Hope After Losing Your Baby in Pregnancy or the First Year.

 

Websites

Stillbirthday

American Pregnancy Association

http://www.focusonthefamily.com/lifechallenges/relationship_challenges/when-your-baby-wont-survive.aspx

Books

Vredevelt, Pam, Empty Arms.

Ilse, Sherokee, Miscarrriage: A Shattered Dream. (Wintergreen Press; 4th edition (July 5, 2006)

Faldet, Rachel and Fitton, Karen, Our Stories of Miscarriage: Healing With Words. (Fairview Press, April 1997)

Sound Journeys Perinatal Hospice
1316-B Wynnton Court
Columbus, Georgia 31906
(706) 304-5029