Sharing Magazine

Sharing Magazine is published by the national office of Share Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support, Inc. as a resource to bereaved families and the Share community.

A Brother to Remember

By: Amy Lied Raising little, living siblings of an older brother who isn’t here is complicated. We have always been very open with our girls about their older brother, Asher, who died before they were born.  They know of him and his place within our family. One time while having a dance party, my daughter…

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Remembering Carson

By: Amanda Crews In March of 2017, at 37 weeks pregnant, I heard the crushing words, “Amanda, I am so sorry, but there’s no heartbeat,” as I lay on an ultrasound table within my obstetrician’s office. Visions of changing diapers, sleepless nights, late night feeds, milestones, and the life we had planned came tumbling down.…

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A New Year

By: Lauren Hearne It’s a time to reflect on the past year and plan for what this new year will bring and make lists/goals/resolutions/etc. I always loved the idea of a new year and the hope of what that may bring and a chance for a fresh start. I always loved the idea of making…

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The Scrabble Pieces

Everyday we continue to honor and love Ava.

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By: Artis Granville I squirmed in the salon chair endlessly. “What’s wrong son?” I asked as I gently rub my…

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A Walk With Grief

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By: Amanda Crews Grief is catching. After five and a half years of showing up unexpectedly, it continues to do…

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The Old Me Died When My Baby Died

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By: Lindsey Dell As human beings, I believe that we all go through stages of life. I believe that some…

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