Pregnancy loss is more common than you think and experiencing a miscarriage can be very traumatic for both parents.

While most of us want to be there for our friends and family experiencing such a loss, sometimes we simply don’t know how. One of the most helpful things you can do is just be there for your friend. Listen to her, support her, and offer help where you can.

Allow them to grieve the loss in their own way and at their own pace. Be sensitive & give them love and care as they cope with it. Pregnancy loss can create a sense of loneliness and void, but remember that with the right support from friends & family, they will come out much stronger.

Have you helped a friend? Have your friends shown up for you after a miscarriage? Share in the comments; we’d love to hear what has helped you.


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