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Sisters in Loss podcast spotlights faith filled black women who share their grief and loss stories and testimonies. Black women experience miscarriage and stillbirth four times more than white women according to the NIH and CDC. Whether you have experienced a miscarriage, infant loss, stillbirth, are trying to conceive or have an infertility diagnosis, you will learn about resources and strategies to heal, gain clarity, peace, hope, and find an empowering path forward after loss. Join Erica ...
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Welcome to the What I Wish I Knew After Pregnancy Loss Podcast! On this podcast, you will find support and encouragement for pregnancy loss at all stages, whether you were early in your pregnancy or experienced a stillbirth. You are safe, seen, and deeply understood here. Hi, I’m Sharna, I am a loss mum myself and a mum to a beautiful rainbow baby. I am a projector in human design which means I am here to guide you to a new way of being, thinking, or healing. I know what it is like to person ...
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Welcome to The Path to Motherhood Podcast. I’m your host Sarah Brandell, an infertility and pregnancy loss mindset coach, wife, and a rainbow baby mama on a mission to help you manage your mind and emotions around the infertility rollercoaster. I know where you are because I’ve been there. I have been through the long journey to motherhood, the waiting, the fertility appointments, the testing, the unanswered questions, the medications, the shots and I am ready to help. Whether you are just g ...
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With in 1 in 4 women dealing with miscarriage we have talked in depth on The Fertility Podcast about why it happens and how to cope. You can hear expert interviews as well as people sharing their stories of how they coped and how they dealt with the loss and learnt how to grieve.
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The Catalyst for Courage Podcast is a podcast igniting hope in the midst of infertility and pregnancy loss. Each week the show will release useful and relevant educational content, practical and easy to implement tools and resources, real and raw personal stories, and a whole lot of encouragement and hope. Whether you are currently deep in the trenches of trying to conceive, drowning in grief after pregnancy or infant loss, or navigating the complexities of pregnancy after loss, the Catalyst ...
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This podcast is for you if you’ve experienced challenges on your pregnancy journey such as pregnancy or infant loss, infertility, health conditions that impact fertility, a traumatic pregnancy or birth, etc. My name is Natalee Facey and I’m a mom to two angel babies, Resilience Coach, Birth Doula, and Inner Healing Guide. I believe that any experience that brings us unimaginable pain also has the potential to connect us to our deepest source of power. My work is to walk with you through it a ...
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A podcast for women who have experienced pregnancy or infant loss. Listen in on honest conversations from real women as they share candidly about their own experience of loss and what it has looked like for them to navigate grief. If you have experienced the loss of a baby and are searching for hope and joy and just another mama who understands what you are going through, then this podcast is for you. If you are a friend or a family member of someone who has experienced the loss of a baby an ...
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Today's guest lost her son Anthony at 23 weeks gestation. She grieved and wished she had adequate resources to cope with this profound loss. Nekia Mba then welcomed her rainbow baby girl Victoria during the pandemic in March 2021. She had a redeemed experience throughout her pregnancy and an amazing delivery. Her and her husband were ready to try a…
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There is no escaping it, infertility and pregnancy loss create painful emotions. This week we talk all about how to manage the emotional rollercoaster without loosing yourself in the process. Be sure to tune in and share your favorites by connect with Sarah on Instagram: @SarahBrandell Apply for personalized 1:1 coaching today! Grab your Two Week W…
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Hello beautiful souls! This was an interview that I did during my Summit in 2020. In it, I interview Cliff, who shares his personal journey with health issues and how it led him to become knowledgeable about pregnancy loss and fertility. We discuss the importance of questioning the medical narrative, the methylation system in our bodies, and the im…
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Stephanie and Winter talk about the birth of baby Sebastian. Stephanie recounts the difficulty of getting pregnant due to infertility issues. The joy of finally finding out that she and her husband were pregnant. The happy little family that they were and the excitement as the days ticked down to his due date. Stephanie tells us about finding out t…
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Feeling as though you're suffering in silence is perhaps one of the most common experiences after going through a loss. Silence and solitude might be exactly what you need in the earlier stages of your healing journey. And at some point, the silence or isolation may no longer support your healing. In this episode, I share: When silence and solitude…
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Wondering how to manage the lack of Control you have while navigating infertility? Today Sarah shares her tips to create the only form of certainty you can have; Self Trust. Tune in to learn how to build your self trust through an infertility lens. Be sure to tune in and share your favorites by connect with Sarah on Instagram: @SarahBrandell Apply …
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Welcome back to another episode of the What I Wish I Knew After Pregnancy Loss Podcast. Today, I am sharing more with you about the gut-brain connection and it’s importance in healing and recovery after pregnancy loss. I explain the role of gut bacteria, the impact of stress on digestion, and how emotions can affect the gastrointestinal system. It …
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Winter and Rebecca talk about the good and the bad things that have happened after the loss of Adrian, who was stillborn at 38 weeks. Rebecca loves the poem "Go to the Limits of Your Longing" by Rainer Maria Rilke God speaks to each of us as he makes us, then walks with us silently out of the night. These are the words we dimly hear: You, sent out …
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Have you ever heard the perspective of loss from a grandmother? Today’s episode features the story of triplet loss of Alicia Harris grandbabies. She is joined by her daughter who both highlight and share their experiences of the journey to motherhood. This episode is for you to listen to if you want to hear the loss perspective of a mother and gran…
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This week Sarah shares both her own journey with attachment as well as a handful of her clients. Often we become attached to the outcome on the infertility journey. We think there is no way around it. But Sarah may have a few tricks up her sleeve to help make the whole infertility process a bit more flexible. Be sure to tune in and share your favor…
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In this episode of the What I Wish I Knew After Pregnancy Loss Podcast, I am interviewing Emma Grenfell, a survivor of postpartum psychosis. Emma shares her journey from experiencing a miscarriage and the challenges she faced in the hospital during her miscarriage. She also shares her story of postpartum psychosis. We talk a lot about advocacy and …
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Rebecca and Winter talk about the birth of little Adrian, who was stillborn at 38 weeks. Rebecca talks about how it was a perfect pregnancy and she had already chosen a date for the Cesarean section procedure. Winter and Rebecca talk about when at the office visit the nurses and the doctor were not able to find a heartbeat and pronounced the death …
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Have you practiced mindful meditation? Well your time to do so is now using the Expectful app. What is Expectful? It is the mentall health app for use before, during, and after pregnancy. Including Pregnancy Loss, Infertility, and Trying to Conceive. In today’s episode, we have on Expectful’s CEO, Nathalie Walton to share how meditation saved her p…
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To Celebrate Fifty episodes of The Path to Motherhood Podcast Sarah opened her inbox for all of your questions. Today Sarah answers questions about; connecting with a a friend or family member who is dealing with infertility or loss when you are not, how to navigate the infertility journey, when to take a break, what coaching together really looks …
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There is hope after loss. On today’s episode of the What I Wish I Knew After Pregnancy Loss, I am talking with Rachel Lohman, a pastor, speaker, and founder of Hope Again Collective, a handmade jewelry line that shares the stories of loss mums. Rachel is a mother to two living children and one in heaven. She and her husband, Mark, currently lead a …
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Parker talks with Lee about his daughter Adrian, who was stillborn at 38 weeks due to unknown reasons. Parker talks about the tumultuous time leading up to the birth of Adrian. The change of employment, the struggle of family members, the sell and purchase of a home. All these capped with the pain of losing their daughter. Parker talks about findin…
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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormone disorder in women that is also the leading cause of female infertility. September is recognized as PCOS awareness month. PCOS is one of the most underdiagnosed diseases in the world, with less than 25% of women with PCOS being diagnosed. Today’s guest was diagnosed with PCOS after experiencing a …
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This week Sarah invited on a few women to share their experiences. Going through pregnancy after navigating loss or infertility is a totally different experience. Today these women open up about how they coped with their pregnancy experiences. Let me know what you thought about today’s episode on Instagram: @SarahBrandell Apply for personalized 1:1…
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On today’s episode, I am joined by Rochelle Olsen. Raised in western NSW, Australia, Rochelle knows all too well the challenges that rural living can present. Being a career clinical pharmacist for over 20 years, Rochelle suddenly found herself choosing between surviving baby loss and the career she had built her identity around. She experienced a …
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Doug talks about the impact counseling has had on him after the loss of his little son, DJ at 21 weeks and 6 days. Doug and Lee talk about finding grace for others and pausing before reacting. DONATE $5 (aka "buy us a coffee/hot cocoa") to support the continued production of these stories. We appreciate all the help toward production and hosting co…
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Have you heard of the term Missed Miscarriage? A missed miscarriage is when a baby has died in the womb, but the mother hasn’t had any symptoms, such as bleeding or pain. Any type of miscarriage can cause shock, but a missed miscarriage can be particularly difficult because of the lack of symptoms. Today’s guest experienced a missed miscarriage and…
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This week Sarah invited on a few women to share their experiences. Going through pregnancy after navigating loss or infertility is a totally different experience. Today these women open up about their pregnancy experiences. Stay tuned for part 2 next week where they answer some of your questions! Let me know what you thought about today’s episode o…
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In this episode, I am sharing a beautiful poem written by my grandmother, Mel Hardy. The poem was actually written about my Mum after my dad died. My grandma said, she was the rose bush. The poem is about a rose bush and talks about grief, trauma, and hope. Over time, this poem has taken on a deeper meaning for me. The poem compares the pruning of …
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Doug and Lee talk about the birth and impact that DJ has had on Doug and Amy. Doug recounts the struggle they had to get pregnant, the joy they experienced watching DJ grow inside Amy and how it was "a perfect" pregnancy until Amy started to feel some pain at almost 22 weeks. DONATE $5 (aka "buy us a coffee/hot cocoa") to support the continued prod…
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The "Spiritual Bypass" is often intended to be a reminder that we're spiritual beings having a human experience. It can also be used to dismiss or diminish our very real human experiences, which leads to us holding on to hurt instead of processng and releasing it. In this episode, I share: How the Spiritual Bypass showed up in my experience How it …
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Have you ever heard the perspective of loss from a grandmother, sibling, or cousin? Today’s episode features the story of Audri Cabness’s son Sebastien who was fatally injured and died to due to medical negligence in 2016. This catastrophic incident let Audri and her family to start a foundation called Sebastien’s smile in his honor. Audri also has…
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This week Sarah shares her own growth on Comparison over the years and how this has changed how she views comparison along the infertility journey. You can compare in a way that creates more pain or you can compare in a way that inspires you, which one would you prefer? Pregnancy announcements, baby showers, unexpected pregnancies can all make us c…
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Hello beautiful souls! Today’s episode is a Summit Recording with Miranda Claire. Miranda is an experienced Relationship Expert and Motivational Speaker. She is also known as “The Soulmate Coach”. On today’s episode she is sharing more with us about how you can transform your relationship through intimacy after loss. Often times when there is traum…
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Amy talks with Winter about the journey she has had after the loss of her son, DJ who was stillborn at 22 weeks. Amy talks about what has helped her to stay strong, and what has helped her to stay bonded with her husband, Doug. DONATE $5 (aka "buy us a coffee/hot cocoa") to support the continued production of these stories. We appreciate all the he…
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Do you know what TFMR or Termination for Medical Reasons is? Termination for Medical Reasons, or TFMR, is when a pregnancy is terminated due to a chromosomal, genetic or structural fetal abnormality, or where continuing the pregnancy would risk the health or life of the mother. Today’s guest experienced 14 losses. Yes, this isn’t a typo. Turia West…
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Last week we talked all about how to create more Hope on the Infertility journey. Of course this week I had to follow that up by discussing a topic we all have to contend with while navigating infertility or pregnancy loss, Doubt. It is bound to come up along the way. Tune in to this episode to learn more about how to deal with doubt and not let it…
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In today’s episode I am sharing more about trying again after loss and the feelings that may come with that. It takes time to grieve and heal after loss. It is okay if you need extra time to allow yourself to process your loss (even after the GP says it’s okay to try again). I’m acknowledging that on today’s episode. Tune in to hear more! I would l…
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Amy talks with Winter about her sweet little son DJ, who was stillborn at 22 weeks. Amy talks about the the struggle they had with infertility and the joy and excitement she experienced when they found out they were pregnant. Amy talks about when she and her husband, Doug, found out that their son wouldn't survive due to Amy going into early labor.…
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Do you know what today is? It is our Anniversary! Yes, our podcast began today on August 2, 2017 and we are celebrating 6 years of Sisters in Loss. Today's episode is a solo episode where Erica Michelle discusses 6 Lessons she has learned in 6 years of podcasting. This episode is for you to listen to if you are interested in podcasting and want to …
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Hope is a tricky subject on the infertility journey. Often women going through infertility or pregnancy loss struggle with how to have hope or even if hope is worth it while trying to conceive. If this is you, tune in. This week I am sharing how to think about hope if you are feeling resistant to it and also how to create more hope if you are strug…
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In this episode, Amy and I continue our conversation about services for your angel babies with a focus on honoring the postpartum period. Amy explains the importance of recognizing that regardless of the birth process, whether it is medically facilitated or natural, it is still a birth and there is a postpartum journey. This postpartum time is ofte…
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Paige and Winter have a nice conversation about what ways people helped after the loss of her son, Sebastian. Paige talks about how some people really stepped up and helped, and surprisingly were able to comfort her and her husband in the weeks and months after. DONATE $5 (aka "buy us a coffee/hot cocoa") to support the continued production of thes…
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Do you know what TFMR or Termination for Medical Reasons is? Termination for Medical Reasons, or TFMR, is when a pregnancy is terminated due to a chromosomal, genetic or structural fetal abnormality, or where continuing the pregnancy would risk the health or life of the mother. Today’s guest experienced 14 losses. Yes, this isn’t a typo. Turia West…
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Infertility and Pregnancy Loss affect not only the women going through it, but our spouses too. Today, I invite my Husband on to share his experience of our infertility rollercoaster. He shares what it has been like for him as well as tips for other partners going through this journey. Plus, stay tuned till the end, because we will give you an upda…
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⚠️ PSA - Listener discretion. We talk about very important factors for loss & navigating what is available to you when organising your babies remembrance or funeral. ** We speak about all different types of pregnancy losses (We acknowledge the wanted pregnancies & also the unwanted pregnancies). In this episode of the What I Wish I Knew After Pregn…
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It's been five years since our son was stillborn, and we have been blessed to have the opportunity to talk with so many other parents of loss. We started this channel to find support for ourselves, and also give a place of community for families who have experienced loss. We love our son, and we miss him dearly everyday. DONATE $5 (aka "buy us a co…
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Today’s guest experienced secondary infertility due to male factor. Senoria Cain is wife and mom to a 13 year old daughter. She always knew her husband had a low sperm count and was able to see a urologist who recommended surgery to assist. After 10 years of no protection and experiencing secondary infertility she was able to get pregnant. At 12 we…
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Better decision making is a skill we all could develop for the sake of our infertility or loss journey but also for so many more reasons. This week a dive into the reasons unmade decisions are holding you back on your journey and what to do about it. Let me know what you thought about today’s episode on Instagram: @SarahBrandell Apply for personali…
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After pregnancy loss, triggers are everywhere. On today's episode, I share more about this topic of triggers. I share my own experience with triggers after pregnancy loss and explain that everything in life can become a trigger, including our bodies. Triggers are not the enemy and avoiding them is not the answer. I encourage you to embrace triggers…
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Paige and Winter talk about little baby Sebastian, who was stillborn at 38 weeks due to a placental abruption. Paige and her husband Ben were excited to start a family together, but they were not meant to bring home their sweet son Sebastian. DONATE $5 (aka "buy us a coffee/hot cocoa") to support the continued production of these stories. We apprec…
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Today’s guest is a doula, student midwife, and single mother who has experienced racial disparities in the hospital that has affected her and her son. Kourtney Mcgowan experienced a miscarriage after thinking she wouldn’t be able to conceive anymore children due to her endometriosis diagnosis. In today’s episode she takes us back on her journey, th…
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Often we create more pain and suffering then we really need to experience on the infertility journey. This week we share how that happens and a few ways to combat it. Let me know what you thought about today’s episode on Instagram: @SarahBrandell Apply for personalized 1:1 coaching today! Grab your Two Week Workbook here! SHOW NOTES: www.sarahbrand…
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In this episode of the "What I Wish I Knew After Pregnancy Loss" podcast, I welcome Carmen Grover, a mom, nurse, farmer, yogi, and writer. Carmen shares her experience with pregnancy loss and discusses the inspiration behind her book, "A Diary to My Babies: Journeying Through Pregnancy Loss." Join us as we open up the conversation about pregnancy l…
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Ben reads the speech that he gave during the Walk To Remember for his sweet little son, Sebastian. DONATE $5 (aka "buy us a coffee/hot cocoa") to support the continued production of these stories. We appreciate all the help toward production and hosting costs. Or if you want to purchase an "Always a Part of Us" Legacy Gift for $20, you'll be provid…
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The road to parenthood looks different for many of us Sisters in Loss. This can be especially difficult for our masculine presenting LGBTQ+ sisters. Today’s guest has experienced parenthood in many forms, from step kids, birthing her own with a sperm donor, IVF, loss, and a successful birth with her partner. Dr. Gloria Pope began to document her jo…
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