Thus It Is Mother- After Stillbirth


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

Thus It Is Mother- After Stillbirth2020-02-09T11:31:03+00:00

Rainbow Pregnancy, Rainbow Baby


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:

Rainbow Pregnancy, Rainbow Baby2020-01-09T14:48:38+00:00

Talking About Stillbirth


On September 6th, 2010, I was on the 37th week and three days of my second pregnancy. I was feeling under the weather, so I spent most of the day in bed. That afternoon I

Talking About Stillbirth2020-01-23T16:39:24+00:00

How Stillbirth Affected My Life


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

How Stillbirth Affected My Life2020-01-23T17:00:22+00:00

Pregnancy After Stillbirth


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

Pregnancy After Stillbirth2020-01-23T19:01:39+00:00

Stillbirth And After- The Playlist


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

Stillbirth And After- The Playlist2019-07-30T19:50:13+00:00

Stillbirth- Lectures For Practitioners


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

Stillbirth- Lectures For Practitioners2019-07-02T14:50:08+00:00

Voicemail For Jill- A Conversation With A Song


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

Voicemail For Jill- A Conversation With A Song2019-06-27T10:25:39+00:00

And Now What?


The grieving period is over, the tears are dry and they don't visit as often as before. The pain feels different. Smiling and laughter come easier and more frequently, and suddenly a day goes by

And Now What?2019-06-24T07:35:37+00:00