By Shari Morash, BIS, Founder, Author, Educator, www.lovingyourbaby.ca For those of us who have lost a child, the holiday season can be an overwhelming time of anxiety and sadness. The familiar rituals of family togetherness and being home for the holidays may leave us feeling alone and isolated. While the
By: Rev. Joel A. Jueckstock It has been said, “There is no amount of darkness that can put out even a small light.” This, however, may be a difficult idea to take-in, as the months of November and December are representative of the holiday season in the United States. This
The Share walk has come a long way since the very first one in 2002. That year, it was held on the grounds of the Gateway Arch with nearly 300 people in attendance and was called the Share Walk to Remember. This year, the Walk for Remembrance & Hope in
https://storysophia.wordpress.com A Pregnancy Loss Story Posted on September 15, 2016 | 5 Comments I am dedicating this post to Share’s Walk of Remembrance (http://nationalshare.org/) and the Wave of Light (http://www.october15th.com/) in support of infertility and pregnancy loss and shattering the stigma. I would personally like to thank Justine Froelker, author, advocate, and blogger at Ever Upward, for
Share advocate, Justine Froelker is leading a blog tour for Share Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month. Incredible group of 15 brave women share their stories. Check out the first blog post here: https://everupward.org/2016/09/08/footprints-blog-tour-share-pregnancy-and-infant-loss-awareness/ #ShareWalk2016, #pregnancyandinfantlossawareness #WaveofLight, #ShattertheStigma
By: Derek Haake, Esq., MBA (Share Board Member) The night we delivered our triplets 6 weeks premature because my son was stillborn, I sat in the house, by myself because we had no family within 400 miles of us. This meant we had no one to take care of our
Newsletter Release! Please take a moment to read the latest Share newsletter on Relationships After a Loss. Feel free to share with anyone you feel would benefit from its contents. Download here!
This article was originally published in the July/August 2016 Sharing Magazine. By Dr. Jessica Zucker Our feet touched as my husband and I leaned against our linen headboard in resignation, but we were a world apart. I had wine in one hand and a large spoonful of ice cream in the other.