Hello and welcome to
Life After Miscarriage
Have you lost a baby in pregnancy? No one knows what a harrowing and lonely experience it can be unless they’ve been through it themselves. Miscarriage has been described as a ‘silent pain’ – one that has no outlet. For while you may struggle with your feelings for months or even years after such a devastating loss, can you really share that pain with those around you? Sadly for many of us who’ve been through it the answer is no.
Pretending you’re ‘fine’ and protecting others from your despair takes its toll. While you may have mourned your longed-for child and soldiered on as best you can, if you’re still stuck with feelings of pain and trauma this may be having a negative impact on your happiness, relationships, career and health. And it can be a very lonely way to live.
Does this ring any bells? Are you stuck with this ‘silent pain’ and feeling like you’re only half-living your life? Well the good news is you’ve come to the right place. Because I can help.
You may be feeling
Like something’s missing
You may be experiencing
Unfulfillment or lack of motivation at work
Dissatisfaction/disconnection in your relationship
Unhealthy choices around food and alcohol
Friendship problems and fallouts
Resentment towards loved ones who don’t understand
Dissatisfaction with your life
An inability to feel positive about the future
A tendency towards self-destructive behaviour
“Healing isn’t easy, but it’s so worth it to get the sunshine back in your life”
The Good News
Help is at hand. Recognising that you tick a few or more of the above is the first step – the next is contacting me at Life After Miscarriage, because I can help you to heal. Click on My Miscarriage Story to find out more about me and learn how to find that light at the end of the tunnel. And if you would like my help click on How Can I Help You? to find out about the services I offer. And don’t forget to read my Blog which explores why miscarriage has such an impact, and how we can let go of those overwhelming feelings. Most of all remember: you are not alone. Because there is life after miscarriage and it can be good – even great.