Miscarriage Stillbirth Infant Loss Ectopic or Molar Pregnancy
Termination For Medical Reasons C-Section with Hysterectomy Infertility
Are you struggling with?
Do you feel stuck in your grief?
Grieving after a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss is normal. Feelings of isolation, exhaustion, and overwhelm are common.
As a healthcare provider, you are in a unique situation. You may have lost your baby in the very hospital where you work. Care may have been from your colleagues. This can make returning to work more challenging.
With staffing shortages and a backlog of patients during the pandemic, administrators may be pressuring you to return to work, extend your day, or pick up more shifts.
These stressors limit your space and time for grieving and self care after pregnancy or infant loss.
Pause to Remember is a community for you to create boundaries so you have space to process the loss of our baby, feel your feelings without judgement, and find your way back to a place of well-being.
Want to hear healthcare providers talk openly about life before and after their loss(es)?
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