Part of the devastation of pregnancy loss rests in the lack of agreed upon mourning rituals. Additionally, partners who share a loss may have difficulty finding words to express themselves. Memorializing oneself and one’s experience through self-portraiture and photography can be a useful coping strategy. Here we ask you to consider how your body has served you, to think about your point of view, and to create self-reflecting photography with inspiration from the links below (which include excerpts from “The Best Part of Me,” a book on self-portraiture by award-winning documentary photographer Wendy Ewald, that have been adapted for Reconceiving Loss). Once you have a photograph or a series of photos that reflect you or your experience, we encourage you to share your work, anonymously if you prefer, in our Community Gallery.