Many women and couples feel isolated and alone in their grief after losing a baby. Some may feel that, somehow, they aren’t allowed to grieve, perhaps because they miscarried early or never met their baby.

Nothing should stop anyone from grieving for their baby and the future they had imagined.

You may worry that you don’t know what to say or think that it’s best not to say anything. However, the simple act of acknowledging someone’s loss can really help. Just let them know that you’re sorry for what has happened and that you are there for them.

Here are a few things you might want to do to show you’re there for them.

Supporting someone who has had a miscarriage
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