I was fortunate enough to be introduced to Kira through my in-laws, not knowing at the time how important she would end up being to both me and my husband. After my first miscarriage I had the bizarre feeling that I should ring her up for a chat, turned out we had a lot more in common than I could have ever imagined. After each of my six miscarriages she has helped me get back on my feet, sometimes literally, and encouraged me to understand how important it is to truly heal from these traumas, not just put a band-aid on them and forget that they happened. It was after my fourth loss that I realized maybe something a bit bigger was going on, and maybe, just maybe, I can use my experiences to help others. I didn't see a lot out there providing helpful and hopeful information for people in my situation, just a lot of scare tactics, anxiety fueled message boards, and sometimes dismissive literature. Fortunately Kira was on board (because without her input this blog would really just be me complaining a lot). So, here we are trying to rip off the band-aid and share our experiences and journeys, hoping to help all of you to do the same.
|I'm not much of a "quote" person, but I saw this on Pinterest and thought it perfectly captured "finding the gold" in an otherwise horrible situation. If anyone knows who wrote it please let me know, I would love to give credit where credit is due.|