Fight the Miscarriage Taboo – Share Your Story Call Out for Submissions

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Share Your Story

Inspired by some our DearBub authors’ own personal experiences, we are calling out for you to share your story . It can be as short or as long as you like.

Share your story via our website or mention us on Instagram @dearbubblog and tag #dearbubfightthetaboo

Fight the Miscarriage Taboo_call out for real stories. Share your story with dearbub.com

Why It's Important To Share

Miscarriage occurs in up to 1 in 5 pregnancies. This may be a surprise to many, because it’s not often that we hear someone talk about it. Feeling shame and a sense of failure is sadly an all too common feeling, and these emotions are not easy to just ‘rationalise away’.

Miscarriage is grief just like any other. You have lost your baby as well as your dreams for that baby.

It is an often lonely and isolating feeling, especially when people around you have never experienced a miscarriage and don’t understand the true depths of pain and emotion involved.

Miscarriage is grief just like any other. You have lost your baby as well as your dreams for that baby.

It is important for women to know that they aren’t alone.

In fact, even men or partners often experience emotional pain, as they have experienced loss too. Many partners will also struggle to understand how to support their partner who has suffered the miscarriage.

Sharing your story can help others who have experienced miscarriage, or who are going through it. It can help with their feelings, anxieties, pain, and sometimes just put them at ease knowing that all of their feelings are normal. It can also help loved ones, families and friends to understand what miscarriage means to those who are going through it, how hard it can be, and how they can best offer their support.

DearBub is calling out for you to share your story so that people don’t feel alone in their experience, and so that we can spread a message of awareness as well as educate those who want to understand miscarriage better.

Let’s fight the miscarriage taboo, and talk about it.

Share your story via our website or Tag us on Instagram @dearbubblog.

Fight the Miscarriage Taboo_call out for real stories. Share your story with dearbub.com

 

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