Hope After Loss
Are you coping with the pain and grief of a miscarriage? Here are some resources to help you navigate the sorrow and look toward the future with hope.
Losing a child, even before they’re born, is truly tragic. But after a miscarriage, you can love your wife well through the pain, and your marriage will likely grow deeper and your faith can grow stronger.
Your husband may not grieve the same way as you after losing a baby. Here are some tips for loving him while coping with miscarriage.
Some couples wonder if it’s normal to experience deep grief after the unexpected termination of a pregnancy. But when a pregnancy ends in miscarriage, a woman and her husband usually go through a variety of turbulent emotions. For complete healing to occur, they need to give and receive permission to grieve and acknowledge their loss.
When you lose a baby during pregnancy, accepting the fact that you’re not going to bring your baby home can seem unbearable. While coping with miscarriage isn’t an easy road, there are ways to heal you and your spouse’s grieving hearts. This article contains four excerpts that can help you move forward in the grieving process.
Brittany and her husband were already going through the most challenging season of their lives and having another baby wasn’t on the radar. But when they found out they were expecting, hope flooded into their lives like a ray of sunshine. Five weeks later, at Brittany’s second ultrasound, no heartbeat was found. It was a gripping pain she had never experienced. In the midst of the grief, the sweetest comfort she found was knowing that her baby was with Jesus. This article offers some advice to help you journey forward with your spouse and bring comfort to your souls.
Crises, such as miscarriages, can stress marriages. This article includes ways to draw closer to your spouse even during a crisis.
Writer and speaker Adriel Booker shares her experiences with pregnancy loss, having miscarried four times. She describes how her faith has sustained and comforted her through the pain and offers encouragement to families walking a similar path of grief.