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If I Had One Wish. #miscarriage

by Ellen M. DuBois on 07/19/19



I do send my love to Heaven and how beautiful it would be if I could visit with my sweet baby. Although I know it's not possible to do physically, I feel a connection to my baby that will never go away. I talk to him. Tell him how much I love him and he'll always be in my heart. It's like an invisible thread keeps us connected. A thread that bridges Heaven and earth. #miscarriage #reachout #miscarriagehelp #miscarriagesupport #miscarriageawareness #pregnancyloss #babyloss #isolation #connection #feelingalone #talkaboutit #missingyou #missingyouquotes #grief #griefquotes #griefsupport #ineverheldyou #miscarriagequotes I'm thinking of you all with love and light, Ellen 


 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


My book, I Never Held You, is mentioned in this column. More importantly, it addresses how difficult anniversary dates can be:

I Felt Very Alone In My Grief

by Ellen M. DuBois on 07/19/19



I know what it's like to feel very alone in my grief. There were so many times I felt like people didn't quite get what I was living. They felt bad and tried their best to understand, but I felt isolated, even when surrounded by people. It didn't stay that way. Over time I connected with others who had lived the same, I felt more understood and far less isolated. So did they. That's when I know how important reaching out to others was- still is. #miscarriage #reachout #miscarriagehelp #miscarriagesupport #miscarriageawareness #pregnancyloss #babyloss #isolation #connection #feelingalone #talkaboutit #missingyou #missingyouquotes #grief #griefquotes #griefsupport #ineverheldyou #miscarriagequotes I'm thinking of you all with love and light, Ellen 


 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


My book, I Never Held You, is mentioned in this column. More importantly, it addresses how difficult anniversary dates can be:

Things That Help When You're Overwhelmed

by Ellen M. DuBois on 07/18/19



I hope this helps. I know what it's like to feel so overwhelmed after miscarriage that you don't know where to start of if it's even possible to feel like yourself again. Seeing through the eyes of grief is difficult and nothing looks right. Nothing feels right. The best you can do is to allow yourself the time and space to grieve, taking things one day at a time.


I'm so sorry for your loss and I'm thinking of you all with love and light, Ellen 

 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


My book, I Never Held You, is mentioned in this column. More importantly, it addresses how difficult anniversary dates can be:

Anniversary Dates Bring On Grief

by Ellen M. DuBois on 07/12/19



My book, I Never Held You, is mentioned in this column. More importantly, it addresses how difficult anniversary dates can be:

While it's been years since I miscarried, each April I think about the baby I lost.  I remember the day, the spectrum of feelings, the numbness as I left the hospital, feelings of detachment, the tears that made me double over- all of it. I think it's become part of my DNA, my soul. The reality of what I went through comes flowing back in waves. I've given up trying to explain it or figure it out. It's painfully simple: I loved my baby and suffered a great loss when I miscarried. When the anniversary date rolls around, my senses are heightened. I tend to cry more over things like TV commercials and songs. I'm moodier, weepier...and I believe all this is normal. At least it's my normal and quite possibly yours, too. 

I've learned to go with it and feel whatever comes to the surface because it's a part of my life experience- a painful one. 

This became clearer to me after losing my mother. When January 3'rd rolls around, the anniversary date of her passing, I am filled with so many emotions. I feel a deep sense of loss. I miss her voice even more. I miss everything about her more. I know that's not abnormal. How could it be?

While losing my mother was the most difficult thing I've ever lived through thus far, my miscarriage was the most difficult loss I'd lived through at that time of my life some 28 years ago. 

All losses matter. All are grieved. We dont lump them into one. They are grieved separately and they all matter. So do you.

My losses left scars. I imagine yours did, too. That's what grief does. We heal over time but I don't think we ever get over it. We're all different, but speaking for myself, anniversary dates, (both the painful and the good), make me reflect, remember and relive. All those feelings are part of my life's journey and I look at the scars left behind as a testament to how deeply I loved. 

As the anniversary date(s) passes and I get through it, I pray a lot, my emotions begin to balance out. This happens with every painful anniversary date just like the ebb and flow of the tide. I ride the wave to solid ground.

I'm so sorry for your loss and I'm thinking of you all with love and light, Ellen 

 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


Always loved. Always remembered. Forever.

by Ellen M. DuBois on 07/09/19



I know I will always love and remember the baby I lost to miscarriage. It doesn't matter how many years have passed. There will always be a part of me that's with my child in Heaven. It's a connection I can feel and it'll always be there. 


If you feel the same, I get that. 

I am so sorry for your loss and am sending you thoughts of comfort and prayers for healing.

Love and light to you,

Ellen

 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


Emotions Are Exhausting: Miscarriage and Taking Time to "Be"

by Ellen M. DuBois on 07/01/19



From one who has lived it, I know how exhausting emotions can be. I felt so many after my miscarriage- I couldn't keep track. I knew I was sad. I felt incredibly tired. I struggled to keep it together and that was exhausting.


Please remember you're not alone in this and to take care of yourself. I know it's not always easy to find time to rest, to "be". But, you are so worth it. You are grieving and need some space for you. Even if it's a few minutes outdoors, sitting and letting nature calm you...whatever works for you. 

I am so sorry for your loss. Love and light to you- Ellen

 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


Your Are Not Alone In Your Struggle To Get Through This

by Ellen M. DuBois on 06/27/19



I remember leaving the hospital almost three decades ago feeling numb. I'd just learned my baby had died inside of me and there was not a damn thing I could do about it. The words "your fetus is no longer viable" kept playing over in my mind like a broken record. The pavement was gray and cracked. I could only look down at my feet as my sister and I walked to her car from the hospital.

After my D&C, I tried my best just to get through the days. My husband at the time dealt with things as best he could. However, his way and my way of trying to get a handle on losing our baby were very different. I needed to connect. He didn't want to talk about it. It's a story I've (sadly) heard from many women.

Miscarriage isn't easy. It's a loss as real as any other. To those who have lived this, you know. To those who haven't and are reading this, it's good for you to know what a woman feels after she miscarries. It's devastating and she is grieving. She's grieving the loss of her baby, of her pregnancy, of all the wishes, hopes and dreams she had for her baby. In an instant...they were gone.

But, the love she had (and still has) for her baby is not.

I felt very alone. It wasn't until I began reaching out to others through my book and website (this blog) that I felt connected to women who lived the same horrible loss. I got them and they got me.

That connection proved to be so important to me and the women who shared their stories with me. I believe it helps us heal when we know someone is there, even if we can't see them face to face, who empathizes with us. 

I learned that so many of us have felt alone after losing a baby to miscarriage. We try to talk to those around us, but many times they simply don't know how to deal with our pain and loss. It seems an unrealistic time frame is placed upon our grief because in many cases, there was never a baby seen. That somehow diminishes our loss in people's eyes- as if they're saying it's time to move on and get over this.

Those words hurt. I know because I heard them first hand. 

To all of you who feel alone, I want you to know you are not. We carry each other, support each other, in your struggle to get through this.

Sending you love and light, and I'm so sorry for your loss.

Ellen

 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


Miscarriage and Father's Day

by Ellen M. DuBois on 06/12/19



To all fathers who lost a baby to miscarriage, we know you hurt, too. You are not alone. Sometimes you may feel overlooked, but you are thought of Father's Day and all other days. I am so sorry for your loss.


Love and Light,
Ellen

 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


If they tell you to "Get over it", they don't have a clue what you're living.

by Ellen M. DuBois on 06/01/19



I get this. When I heard those words, "Why don't you grow up and get over it", it felt like I was punched in the gut. No kidding...it really happened.

For anyone who has ever heard words like this after suffering the heartbreak of miscarriage, I am so sorry. I know words hurt.  

I learned that people often say things with the best intentions, but don't think it through. They don't realize how powerful (and painful) their well intended words can be. The person who said this to me was trying to "help" move me forward, but it wasn't right. Not for me, not for you. I had to live through my grief, ride the waves, feel the overload. It was a terrible place to be, and what I needed to hear were words of support...or simply silence. Just knowing someone was by my side who allowed me to feel helped a great deal. 

So, if someone tells you to "get over it", they have no clue what you're living.

Pray if you're inclined. I found it helped. Go easy on yourself and if you ever hear words that hurt, please try to let them go. (I know it's not easy.) Many people can't understand what they don't know. I'm not excusing it...I'm trying to help you. People need to think before they say something to a woman who lost her baby to miscarriage. Awareness is key. Awareness leads to compassion.

I wish you healing, comfort and love. I'm so sorry for your loss. Please know you're not alone. Love and Light, Ellen

 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


"How long does it take to get over a miscarriage?" #miscarriagesupport #miscarriagehelp

by Ellen M. DuBois on 05/27/19



I get this. It's taken years for me to accept my loss as part of my life. I had to ride the waves of pain and grief in order to come to a place of healing. Healing did not mean I forgot about my baby. 

I couldn't. 

I grew into accepting my new normal and was able to function again. I went from walking around in what felt like a bubble to taking in what life had to offer and moving forward...slowly. It was a one step at a time journey and I'm still walking. 

I never will forget the baby I lost or what it took to get me to the place I am today. I had to feel the pain in order to fuel climbing the mountain back to myself.

I wish you healing, comfort and love. I'm so sorry for your loss. Please know you're not alone. Love and Light, Ellen

 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


Always My Baby's Mother #miscarriagesupport #miscarriagehelp

by Ellen M. DuBois on 05/24/19



To all those who feel this way, please know you're not alone and I hope this sentiment helps you to cope. It took me a while to get there, but I did. Love to you, Ellen

 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


The Dismissal of Grief After Miscarriage

by Ellen M. DuBois on 05/14/19



These quotes are part of a new book I'm working on to help support women and their families who have suffered the pain, grief and isolation after miscarriage. 

After years of writing various quotes to help my visitors navigate the waters after miscarriage, I've decided to put them into a helpful, relatable book. It's not complete and I'll let you know when it's available. The point is, when you read a quote you can relate to, you feel less alone. Support after miscarriage is so important, as is awareness and connection with others. My hope is when you read these quotes, you'll feel like "I get that." I want you to feel less alone.

It's a road none of us want to walk, but it's easier when we've got each other.

 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


#BereavedMothersDay

by Ellen M. DuBois on 05/05/19

Thinking of you all and sending you love on Bereaved Mother's Day.



 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


Miscarriage: Why does it feel like nobody hears me?

by Ellen M. DuBois on 04/30/19



These quotes are part of a new book I'm working on to help support women and their families who have suffered the pain, grief and isolation after miscarriage. 

After years of writing various quotes to help my visitors navigate the waters after miscarriage, I've decided to put them into a helpful, relatable book. It's not complete and I'll let you know when it's available. The point is, when you read a quote you can relate to, you feel less alone. Support after miscarriage is so important, as is awareness and connection with others. My hope is when you read these quotes, you'll feel like "I get that." I want you to feel less alone.

It's a road none of us want to walk, but it's easier when we've got each other.

 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


Please don't tell a woman who's miscarried this...

by Ellen M. DuBois on 04/29/19



 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


No Matter How Much Time Goes By #Miscarriage and Anniversary Dates

by Ellen M. DuBois on 04/22/19



I've come to the conclusion that I'll always remember the baby I lost, the day I miscarried and feel the sting whenever the anniversary date/month rolls around. That doesn't make me abnormal or weird. It doesn't mean I'm dwelling on the past or living in it. It simply means that I experienced a very difficult loss many years ago. I miscarried. I lost my baby. How could I ever forget that? 


I can't and I'd be willing to say there are many women who feel just like I do. 

If you find yourself feeling "funky" when the anniversary of your miscarriage, (or any other loss), comes around, please go easy on yourself. Even if it's been years, as is the case with me, I can't help but remember. It's not something I consciously do. It just happens.

I think it's because I loved my baby so much and losing him sent a piece of my heart and soul to heaven. 

I believe we're connected forever.

"No matter how much time goes by, I always remember the day you said goodbye."- Ellen M. DuBois

 


 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


Take Care of You. Inhale. Exhale.

by Ellen M. DuBois on 04/16/19



It's not easy to find the strength or motivation to make sure you're doing okay after suffering a heartbreaking loss, but every little bit helps. It doesn't have to be a lot. Just some deep breaths is good enough. Your loss matters. You matter.



 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

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Updated Author Page. Please Follow. Thank You!

by Ellen M. DuBois on 04/12/19


Click here to follow my author page on Amazon.

Hello,

I spent some time this morning updating my author page on Amazon. You know how a thought hits and you decide to do it? Well, that's what happened. I wasn't expecting to do an update, but something urged me to do so. So...here's what it says and I invite you to visit and follow. It would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! Ellen (The URL is at the bottom of the post.)

Ellen DuBois wrote I Never Held You, a book about miscarriage, grief, healing and recovery because she didn't want women to feel as alone as she did after her miscarriage over twenty-years ago. It was a "pre-Internet" world, and trying to find something to help with her grief seemed impossible. In her book, Ellen shares her journey- from the initial shock of learning her baby had passed away to reaching a place of healing and accepting her new normal. She never forgot her unborn baby and he continues to touch her life in countless ways. Dr. Linda Backman contributed several helpful chapters as both a licensed grief counselor and a woman who survived the loss of her son Adam, born at 26 weeks who lived for about an hour. Additionally, there are four touching stories from women who lived through the pain of miscarriage.

The second half on the book focuses on things the author found helpful in healing after miscarriage. She says: "Take what works for you, leave what doesn't, and remember to take one day at a time. There is no time frame on grief and your loss matters, as do you."

Her fiction book, Jackie's Heart, is also available on Amazon in ebook format. It's romance packed with suspense. It's a story of love, loss, grief, overcoming the odds and a taking a chance on love again. It's been called a real "page turner", filled with twists and unexpected turns. Although her first published work of fiction, this editorial review says: "Can't miss" formula,...combining tragedy with romance & throwing in enough criminal activities to build and hold the reader's interest." -- The Sunday Enterprise, August 31, 2003 Zel Levin, Easton author's book combines tragedy, romance

Ms. DuBois has also been published by: Blue Mountain Arts with her poem "I Whispered a Prayer or Two" as an inspirational greeting card and included in their gift book, "Sisters"; is a contributing author in More God Allows U-Turns (Barbour Publishing/Promise Press); Conquering Panic and Anxiety Disorders, Success Stories, Strategies and other Good News (Hunterhouse Publishing) and Soul Matters for Teens (Thomas Nelson Inc.).

Ellen DuBois resides in Massachusetts with her fiance and rescue dog, Cooper. She's working on her next book, teaching piano, enjoys photography, making jewelry and "learning something new every day on this journey called life." She welcomes you to visit her miscarriage support site at miscarriagehelp.com and her personal/author site at ellendubois.com.

Check out my #author page at this easy to remember url! amazon.com/author/ellendubois via @amazon Thank you, Ellen

Healing Road: Miscarriage, Grief, Loss, Support

by Ellen M. DuBois on 04/08/19



I believe this is true. With every mile I've traveled on the road to healing after losing my baby to miscarriage, after losing my mother, (and others), I've come to learn that grief stays with us, but we learn to live with it so we are able to keep going and experiencing life. The remembering, the connection and the love doesn't go away. I think it's because we've loved so hard and strong. And love never dies. So how can we stop missing those we've loved and lost? Impossible to me. I don't think we can or should. Forever in our hearts. Love lives there. #miscarriage #miscarriageawareness #awarenessiskey #ineverheldyou #grief #support #youarenotalone #1in4women #letshelpeachother #iamsosorryforyourloss #miscarriagehelp #remember #alwaysinmyheart


 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


This is the Month I Lost You

by Ellen M. DuBois on 04/02/19



Dear Baby in Heaven,

This is the month I lost you long ago. I'm doing okay. Life's gone on. But, I'll always love you. I'll always miss you. You'll always be in my heart. xo Your Mom

Love and support to you all. I've felt like this many times. My baby in Heaven, my mother...Love keeps us connected and I believe Heaven is real. I've found great comfort in that for a long time.

You are not alone.

 

 

Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois, host of this site, miscarriage survivor, and author of I Never Held You: Miscarriage, Grief, Healing and Recovery. If you or someone you love has suffered a miscarriage, please know you're not alone. Connect with people who understand.

Note: Some people find it difficult to post comments here because it's not very clear how to do it. Just hit the "comment" link under any post. I'll get your comment and respond. If it's easier, please email me. [email protected]


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Welcome to MiscarriageHelp.com. My name is Ellen DuBois and I am deeply sorry for your loss. MiscarriageHelp.com is a support site for women and their families who have suffered the pain, loss and grief after miscarriage. I respond personally to each email and post and have been doing so since 2006. It's an outreach to me. I try to connect and give whatever support I can to those who have walked the often lonely road after miscarriage. Why? I don't want anyone to feel as alone as I did over twenty years ago after I miscarried. I'm not a doctor. 
I'm just a woman who's lived through it and am here to listen, share and provide a space for you to share with each other, too.- Love & comfort to you, Ellen 
You can purchase my book, I Never Held You, miscarriage, grief, healing and recovery at Amazon by clicking on this link: I Never Held You