"Until this year, I had never experienced a miscarriage firsthand. Prior to walking through it myself, I remember wanting so badly to be there for my friends who were mourning, but being unsure of how to approach them. I stumbled through conversations, never knowing what the “right thing” was to do or say. I read the commonly reposted articles on what you absolutely should NOT to say and do around someone who has just walked through a loss, and I was terrified of offending someone inadvertently or not loving them well when my intentions were pure.
As someone who has now been on both sides of the situation, I’d like to offer some ideas of what you CAN do to serve and support a mama walking through a loss."
......click HERE to read the rest of this article I recently wrote for Her View From Home.
*****Also, it has come to my attention that several product suggestion links were removed from the article when it was published. I wanted to drop those here in case anyone would benefit from these resources.******
#5- Here is the link to the book I was gifted by a friend during my first miscarriage.
#7- Here is the link to the jewelry website that offers options that link occasions (such a loss) to Scripture, and embody them in a tangible piece for wearing each day.