You may have kept your pregnancy secret for weeks, waiting to tell family and friends and colleagues.
Then you are alone with only your partner for support when you find out something went wrong. Along with sadness, you may experience guilt, anger, what ifs, and loneliness. Sometimes, you may try to go on as if nothing has happened.
When you feel alone and adrift, it can be helpful to reach out and have someone to support you in both your grief and your healing. Often we don’t want to burden those around us with our darkest emotions, but having someone who can sit with you through your pain can lead to healing and growth. A therapist can walk beside you on your journey through grief, allowing space for sadness and anger and guilt. By acknowledging and even embracing these painful emotions you re-open your heart to hope, love, and calm.
How therapy can help after a miscarriage
Reach out for help
To find out more or to schedule an appointment, contact Dani Salzer, MFT today. You can reach her by phone or by filling out the contact form. Click here to read more about how Dani can help.Please like and share this post!