Continuing the Conversation

I want to continue sharing other people’s stories or articles from around the internet, so here are three new voices to share.

“Infertility is a silent killer, just like cancer – it eats at your soul, as cancer eats at your body” – Talischa Towsen shares her story on this parent website.  She talks about her miscarriages, failed IUIs, even other family members getting pregnant in the midst of their journey.  And her story is ongoing, which I think is amazing and so important to share.

Zara Tindall Shares How Suffering A Miscarriage Made Her Relationship With Her Husband Stronger – Zara Tindall is a part of the British Royal Family, so her pregnancies are pretty public.  She suffered two miscarriages after her first daughter and then had her second daughter after the miscarriages.  She mentions how helpless her husband felt and that communication helped their relationship grow stronger.

Secondary infertility: When trying for another child is a struggle –  A brief, informative synopsis of secondary infertility.  I didn’t realize that 11% of couples experience this.  It was an interesting read.

If you have never experienced pregnancy loss or infertility, I can guarantee there is someone in your life who has.  While the above stories may not be the same experiences for everyone, they can definitely open that window to more understanding and empathy for what everyone goes through.  And for those of you who are in the midst of these unknowns or losses, you are not alone.  May these words uplift and encourage you today.

Do you have any posts or articles that have touched you or compelled you to share?

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3 thoughts on “Continuing the Conversation”

    1. I was inspired after reading other loss mom’s blogs and how they each shared how alone they felt, that no one was talking about it. I remember feeling that way, and then finding bloggers like you to connect and understand. I also hope that people who haven’t experienced loss or infertility might also read more about it because I know there are women in their lives that have/are experiencing it.

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