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Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Centre

Pregnancy & Infant Loss

Support Centre

Two Pink Lines

So let’s talk pregnancy after loss.⁠ One of the hardest parts of pregnancy after loss is the wide array of feelings.⁠

There’s happiness; I mean you wanted this! You are releived to see those 2 pink lines and so excited to start/add to your family! ⁠

Then there is the anxiety; you had a loss last time or times. Thoughts start to go through your head of things happening again. You worry about how you would handle another loss, “are you strong enough to deal with another loss?”⁠

Then there’s the guilt; how can I feel so scared, anxious, angry, etc. but also feel happy, joyful, excited, etc. ⁠

All of these feelings, and more, are completely normal! Remember that feelings don’t happen in a vacuum, you can have multiple.⁠

Folks, if you feel comfortable, that have had losses, what other feelings did you experience?⁠

Thank you @the.mommy.therapist for #sharingmystoryofloss with us! 💜⁠


Reminder: Our Pregnant After Loss Peer Support Group meets on a regular basis. We are here for you. Go here for more info.

every story matters

The Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Centre is a non-profit registered charity that helps families connect to support on their path to healing after pregnancy or infant loss.  Families like yours can work with us and get support with a variety of services that hold space for your unique story. No matter at what stage of your parenthood journey you find yourself, your story will be heard here.

If you are ready to share your story, or you need help with your journey, get in touch with us.

For more stories like this, visit our Stories of Loss page
or visit #sharingmystoryofloss on Instagram

Book with Erin Winters

In order to book with Erin, please contact us at info@pilsc.org

NOTE: Refrain from providing detailed personal information when emailing us. Feel free to describe your challenges in brief, and leave out personal details that you only wish to share with Erin.