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On Embracing Seasons

I. Hate. Winter. There. I said it.  I grew up in Wisconsin, so it’s not like I’m not used to the snow, ice, and cold. It’s just that I don’t like it. Beyond that, I just love summer. So much so, that from the first day of August until the first snowflake falls, I find […]

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Helping a Friend Through a Miscarriage

It’s natural. When a friend is hurting, we want to fix it. We want to do anything we can to make her feel better. After opening up and sharing about my own miscarriages, I’ve had quite a few people ask me what they can do for someone they know who’s recently suffered a miscarriage. With 1 in […]

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Let’s Talk About Miscarriage

It’s so common. We’ve all heard the statistics. One in four women will experience a miscarriage. That’s 25% of us. One-quarter of pregnancies will end before 20 weeks. (And 75% of them in the first trimester). So why aren’t we talking about this?  Well, some of us are.  But the truth is, it’s hard.  We […]

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Dealing with Loss and Helping Children Grieve

The first thing that made me understand that something was very wrong was that I wasn’t getting an immediate response back from messages. The second thing that made me realize that this was serious is that I got a call for a phone charger, which meant she wasn’t leaving the hospital anytime soon. My best […]

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