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Planning Labor and & Delivery for a Baby Who Will Be Stillborn
by Dr. Julie Bindeman

What’s the Hardest Part?

What’s the hardest part? The hardest part is not knowing why. We didn’t understand at first what the doctors meant by “the baby apparently stopped growing at 15 weeks”. We …continue

My Babies

I never knew you,  But you were a part of me. I never kissed you,  But I imagine how it would be It’s hard to understand having love  For a …continue

Carrying Grief

It’s been almost six weeks since the birth and death of my baby girl due to labor and delivery complications (chorioamnionitis). My labor was induced at 40 weeks and 4 …continue

Grief and Self-Care

It’s the time in your life when the hardest thing to do is to be selfish. Yet, that is how you might feel in terms of your emotions. The sadness, …continue

I Did Not Cry

I cradled his tiny unmoving body in my arms. Angelic and peaceful, his perfect and adorable face with an unchanging expression peeked out from the bundle of blood-stained nursery blankets …continue

Men in Grief

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Common Responses to Loss

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The Human Placenta Project

In late 2014, I read about the Human Placenta Project, an initiative launched by the National Institutes of Health to study the human placenta. It took me months to get …continue