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When someone suffers loss, it is hard to know what to say or do. With the gift of Reconceiving Loss, you are sending a powerful message of love, support and solidarity. It says both simply and powerfully, “I am thinking of you & I want to help.”
We are sorry for your loss. Pregnancy and infant loss are far more common than many believe and you are not alone. We recognize your loss and your experience as unique, and hope to help in your healing process.
$19.99 Premium Access For 1 Year Includes:
- Video resources including guided yoga and meditation routines (both video and audio)
- Health & wellbeing articles by experts in women’s health, including exclusive webinars with doctors and psychologists
- Writing tutorials with a customized grief primer by acclaimed novelist Edie Meidav
- A guide to memorial self-portraiture
- Healing recipes and nutritional tips for after loss
- Exclusive essays by accomplished writers on the experience of grief
- Music sharing sharing capabilities
- Portion of proceeds donated to women’s, children’s and fetal health organizations
- Site management by bereavement expert, Tara Shafer, blogger for Psychology Today, Huffington Post and BabyCenter
- Psychological services managed by reproductive health psychologist, Dr. Julie Bindeman, Psy.D.
- New resources continually developed and added
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"I believe that Reconceiving Loss is a great and novel way of grieving for a pregnancy loss. Very few in our society realize how much these women suffer in silence."
— F. Surur, M.D., OB-GYN, Associate Professor
"Patients who experience unsuccessful pregnancy often feel unique and isolated. Reconceiving Loss provides a compassionate, 'safe' forum for women, men and their support systems as they navigate through the grieving process."
— Dr. Sharon Patrick, OB-GYN, Maternal-fetal medicine