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:
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Many women refer to their stillbirth as the "before and after" changing point, the life they had before the stillbirth and the life they have after it is not the same, it's changed. That's not
On one of my posts someone tagged Limor Barak, a screen writer, who then sent me a trailer to a short movie she was a part of, with a question: “what do you understand from this?”
Many women have asked me about the pregnancy that follows a stillbirth. I'll begin by saying- each woman has her own pace. Each woman has her personal decision to make. It can be a complex
Music is an un-separable part of my life. Every experience in my life has a soundtrack of artists I love and respect. First in line are, and forever will be, Queen. Queen is my favourite
As I finished writing my story about stillbirth, I felt the next step will be to start talking about this experience. I have a lot to say about it. I didn't know how one starts
Conversations with a song. Ever had that? I did, with Amanda Palmer's heart crushing and soul empowering album "There Will Be No Intermission", especially with this song, Voicemail For Jill. It's weird what I'm about
First post on a new blog. What should I write, what should I write... maybe it's best to start with an answer to the question- why am I talking about stillbirth. The first simple reason