Life after Miscarriage
In this day in age, our world has faced many losses. No matter how seemingly big or small a loss is, it always breaks our heart. One of our world’s greatest losses is the loss of a child. Approximately 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage. There is suffering and pain for those who have experienced the loss of a child. If you think that you are alone in this, you are not. Safe Harbor of Selma, Alabama offers you hope, and a community to wrap their arms around you and help you through your loss. Safe Harbor is here to help you, step by step, to grieve, guide and assist you in any way we can. For more reassurance on how Safe Harbor can help you, here is a post by Lakeyn Peters, a mother who has experiences the loss of several miscarriages.
“Dear sister, I am so sorry you are now a part of a sorority that no one ever wants to be in. The loss group. Since you’ve found us, you have probably experienced what one in four women do. Miscarriage, still birth, and/or infant loss. Navigating your grief may be extremely difficult to go through. While you may feel like you are alone, please know you aren’t. I too am a loss mom. I made a promise years ago that my babies’ lives had a purpose, no matter how short the time I had with them. By helping other loss moms, I know God has fulfilled Karalynn’s life and death within me. Here I want you to feel like you have a safe haven to vent, cry, and grieve however long it may take. There is no timeline. We want you to know you are loved, understood, and we acknowledge your loss. We want to help you weather the storm you’re in and fill the deep gaping wound that death has left with Jesus’ love, hope for a better tomorrow, and a sense of camaraderie. We love you.”
For support, join the facebook site, Weathering the Storm; Life after miscarriage.It is a closed group and safe place for you to talk freely about your struggles. You are not alone! Safe Harbor is here for you. Let us help you today.
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Posted on Mon, July 9, 2018
by Jennifer Dobbs