Alyssa Greene LPCC
Stillbirth: Navigating the Grief

For those who have experienced stillbirth, the grief can be overwhelming and debilitating. Grief from stillbirth is unique; after approximately 9 months of mental and physical preparation for an added

Adebolanle Ade MSW, RBT
Miscarriage, it’s Not Your Fault

Miscarriage, a disappointing and saddening event, is unfortunately common. According to Mayo clinic, it is estimated that about 30% of “clinically recognized” (pregnancies that have been verified by a physician)

Couple looking at ultrasound photos
Kristen Frescoe MSc
Male Mourning and Miscarriage

When a couple experiences the tragedy of a miscarriage much attention is given to the feelings and emotions of the woman who lived through the physical experience. In many cases,

Tracy Smith LPC, NCC, ACS
Anxiety and Infertility

By the time that most couples arrive at the altar, they usually have a pretty good idea of how they envision their future.  They have discussed individual wishes and dreams