I took on new roles in my new path; all are very important. But I think one of the essential roles is talking about stillbirth with practitioners from various fields. I begin my talk/lecture/conversation with
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Years before I had my stillbirth with Ayelet, I went through sexual trauma. This trauma took over my life primarily through fear. Thanks to successful therapy sessions (which were at times also scary. And challenging.
As I was in the delivery room, waiting for my stillbirth to begin, the medical team talked with us about burial. There were two options: a private burial or a mass grave. Ayelet was still
Stillbirth is a loss. We go through a real loss, even if society doesn't always acknowledge our loss, as society never saw our baby. But we felt our babies grow and move inside us, totally
I went through stillbirth. It is not a source of shame. It doesn't make me feel uncomfortable. Stillbirth for me is a deep sadness I went through, and I can reconnect to it in a
Prof. Jacob Raz is a well-known author, speaker, and teacher of Buddhism. He wrote a book (in Hebrew), in which I found this, which brought me to tears. The original text talks about a father
The first time I stumbled upon the terms "rainbow pregnancy" and "rainbow baby" was in March 2019, about eight and half years after my stillbirth. I don't feel very connected to these terms. Here's why: