15 October – Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day

Beautiful picture with curtesy of Carly Marie: http://carlymarieprojectheal.com/

Beautiful picture with curtesy of Carly Marie:
http://carlymarieprojectheal.com/

Today is the 15 October and this means Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day‘. The Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Movement began in the United States on October 25, 1988, when then-American President Ronald Reagan designated the month of October 1988 as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month.

It is also with great pleasure that I would like to announce that I have narrowed down the topic of my forthcoming GRIEF BOOK: Grieving Parents
Keep looking out for news on it’s publication date in 2014!

This is  a great day to remember all the parents who have lost their babies during pregnancy, neonatal death or during infancy. Remember that grieving a child is a life-long endeavour. Remember that parents will always remember their child in whatever way or form is right for them. Remember that they won’t ‘get over it’.

If you want to know how you can help a grieving parent or understand what they might be going through, here are some good articles to read:  Wishes of an Angel’s Mum and Dad

If you want to help others understand what you are going through, read and share some of those articles with them:

3 comments

  1. Thank you for linking my site. We also had a linkup today that will go on all week and I’d love to have you link any of your grief posts up. I hope you also saw that the book several of us just released Sunshine After the Storm: A Survival Guide for the Grieving Mother was released on amazon today and the ebook is free until the 17th. Go get your copy! 🙂 Hugs.

    1. Thank you for your offer – what linkup are you referring to?
      Yes, I have seen the book ‘Sunshine After the Storm’ and thank you for mentioning the free ebook version which I just ordered! I will let others know. All love with your endeavours and let’s stay connected. x Nathalie

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