Had a Loss

My Pregnancy Loss Was Not My Only Loss

Terminating a wanted pregnancy comes with some pretty obvious grief, and it goes without saying that losing a pregnancy is followed by mourning the loss of your child. With termination comes lack of closure and the guilt that you are partly responsible for your loss.  Grief After Loss is Transformational One of the most profound …

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Experiencing the loss of one twin before the birth of the other twin: Joy and Pain Intertwined.

I still remember the flood of emotions I felt 17 years ago leaving the first ultrasound appointment of my twins. The technician had told me that she could see two separate sacs, two heartbeats, but wasn’t saying much else. I felt a combination of joy and concern overlapping. In the next few days I heard …

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In order to book with Erin, please connect directly with our Program Assistant, Shelagh via email at shelagh@pilsc.org

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Shelagh

Shelagh (she/her) brings with her a solid background as an admin in a variety of areas from business, academia and now with a charitable organization with the Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Center. She feels passionate about working in a role that benefits others in the community.

Shelagh was exposed to bereavement and deep grief at an early age and it left her with a profound sense of how fragile life is and how we need to find joy and light wherever we can. She feels privileged to be able to take this sense with her into her role with PILSC while putting her strong admin skills to good use.