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Finding Hope After Pregnancy and Infant Loss

Losing a child is an unimaginable tragedy that no parent should ever have to endure.


The pain and grief that comes with such a loss can be overwhelming and can leave a deep and lasting impact on those who are left behind.


For many parents, the loss of a child can feel like a sudden and unexpected blow, one that leaves them feeling lost, confused, and unsure of how to move forward.


In the aftermath of such a devastating loss, it is natural to experience a wide range of emotions, including shock, anger, guilt, and deep sorrow.

Mom holding her baby and baby toes

One of the most difficult aspects of child loss is the fact that it is a loss that can never truly be healed.


No matter how much time passes, the pain of losing a child never truly goes away.

Instead, it becomes a part of who we are, a constant reminder of the love and the life that was taken from us far too soon.


But despite the pain and the grief, it is important to remember that it is possible to find moments of joy and happiness even in the midst of such overwhelming sorrow. For many parents, this may mean finding solace in the memories of their child and the time they were able to spend together.


It may also mean leaning on friends, family, and loved ones for support and finding strength in the love and support of others.


For me, after losing my son, Noah, I found hope, comfort, and healing in Christ.


In the end, the most important thing to remember is that no one has to face the pain of child loss alone.


There are countless resources, support groups, retreats, and text support available to help parents through this difficult season, and reaching out for help can be an important first step in the healing process.


You can find our list of loss resources here.


Whether it is through faith, therapy, support groups, or simply talking to friends and loved ones, finding support can make all the difference in helping parents grieve the loss of a child.


mom holding her daughter's hand on the bed

This article is written by Mother of Wilde founder, Moria Rooney. Moria is a wife and mother of three. She has a passion for ministering to others and sharing the love of Christ. After her son was born still, she felt a calling to serve others and to spread the word of God, and eventually decided to pursue a career in ministry. Her focus is reaching bereaved parents and families in need. Mother of Wilde offers hope, prayer, biblical encouragement, and remembrance memorials to those that have experienced pregnancy and infant loss.

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