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Miscarriage Support


Your baby has died during pregnancy. That is a terribly sad ending to such a positive experience in your life. No matter when or how your baby died, he or she would have been born and been a living member of your family, had things worked out differently. You have suffered a bereavement. Yes you didn’t know your child outside of your body, you may not have been able to see your baby, but that person existed - however briefly - as a unique individual who has now died.


Some people in this situation have lots


Janet and colleagues at their stand at the recent Royston Secrets Event


of support from their family and friends; others struggle to find people with whom they can be open and have their feelings accepted and supported. We can feel pressure from our family and friends to be back to how we were before, which can be at odds with how we’re actually feeling.


You may like to talk to your GP, church minister, the hospital chaplain, a counsellor or someone who has been through similar experiences. The Miscarriage Association (or MA for short) is a national charity with a network of support contacts, people like me who have been through losses and are happy to talk with others going through it.


For free and confidential support, by phone, email or in support group meetings (held in Royston) call Janet on 07906 559756 or email mcsupport@virginmedia.com. Annual services of remembrance are held at the Wesley Church in Cambridge. See the website, www.atimeforremembrance.org.uk for further information.


Janet Sackman


Event Organiser 'A Time for Remembrance' 07906 559756


http://atimeforremembrance.org.uk www.facebook.com/ATimeForRemembrance Miscarriage Association Support Contact: https://facebook.com/groups/mcsupport.royston/


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