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.

The Old Me Died When My Baby Died

By: Lindsey Dell As human beings, I believe that we all go through stages of life. I believe that some of them are pretty standard for everyone (puberty, adulthood, etc.). I also believe that there are many things that happen to us in life that change the stage that we’re in. It changes the way…

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When Words Hurt

Sharing your story is intended to help others and continue the story of your baby. There can be great joy with this but sadly also an exposure to unkindness and hurtful comments.

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The Purple Blanket

A purple blanket meant to bring comfort, has given me that along with hope.

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Reviving Joy

It takes work to revive your joy after a loss. Be thankful for every small step you make in your healing.

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These articles are written by members of the Share community. We strive to produce and share beneficial content to those who have suffered the tragic loss of a baby, as well as the caregivers to these families.

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Share Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness: Blog Tour

September 8, 2016 |

Share advocate, Justine Froelker is leading a blog tour for Share Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month. Incredible group of 15 brave…

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Wine Tasting Event to Benefit Share

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Why Is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month Important To Me?

August 21, 2016 |

By: Derek Haake, Esq., MBA (Share Board Member) The night we delivered our triplets 6 weeks premature because my son…

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Sweet Isaac Joseph

August 15, 2016 |

By Jodi Bauler Reprinted from Sharing, Volume 14 Issue 5  Like so many others who seek the comfort and support…

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Relationships: Staying Connected With Loved Ones After a Loss

August 4, 2016 |

Newsletter Release! Please take a moment to read the latest Share newsletter on Relationships After a Loss. Feel free to…

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