One space of time that, in the vast violent thunderstorm that is experiencing stillbirth, to me is the literal eye of the storm. The stillness that comes after the shock, but the waiting that proceeds trauma.
In acknowledging the damaging view I had of my body after stillbirth, I couldn’t avoid that I was applying one … More
I was feeling all of my 31 and a half weeks of pregnancy with Claudia that morning as I, the … More
When I say letting go helped me experience my daughter’s death and birth, this is probably not going to … More
Last week I had the pleasure of attending the Little Silk Wings event here in Perth, Western Australia. Amy … More
I was very pleased to be able to contribute to Emily Long’s new Book, “From Mother to Mother: on … More
How do I face Mother’s Day without my baby? This time of year can seem heavy and confusing for … More
A look at the developing technology of wearable foetal monitoring
I thought stillbirth was just that, stillbirth: then I learnt there is a very important word that changes everything, PREVENTABLE Stillbirth.
Fathers grieve alongside the mother For those looking in, the role a father takes in grieving for their baby may … More