Resources

If you’ve found this page, I know it’s because the worst thing ever has happened to you. It’s unfair and there is absolutely no reason a parent should ever lose their child. I’m sorry that we’ve met in this way, but I hope through my words and some of these resources, you will find some comfort

This list will be updated periodically as I go through my grief and find more helpful resources. Each resource listed here has helped my greatly and I often mention them in my posts. If there’s a resource that you have found helpful in your journey of grief, please let me know so I can add to this list.

Helpful Websites:

Still Standing Magazine 

Still Mothers

Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope

Carly Marie Project Heal

Mothering Your Heart

The Painted Name Project

The Love & Loss Project

MISS Foundation

Scribbles and Crumbs

Molly Bears

Articles:

*A lot of articles that have helped and that I haven’t included, can be found at most of the Helpful Websites above.*

Death, Grief, and Shattered Assumptions

7 Things No One Told Me About Grief

We Need to Talk About Stillbirth

Stifled Grief: How the West Has It Wrong

Books:

Invisible Mothers: When Love Doesn’t Die – Emily Long

You’re Not Alone: Love Letters from Loss Mom to Loss Mom – Emily Long

Still. – Stephanie Cole Page

I Will Carry You: The Sacred Dance of Grief and Joy – Angie Smith

Music:

I Will Carry You – Selah

Gone Too Soon – Daughtry

Comfort Baskets:

BurdenBearingBaskets

laurelbox

Resources for Dads:

Grieving Dads: To the Brink and Back

Vessels: A Love Story by Daniel Raeburn

Men Lose Babies Too

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