It is very normal for one to become emotionally distressed or unsteady following a miscarriage. The most important thing to know is that you are not alone in this experience. One out of four pregnancies end in miscarriage. Reaching out for support following a miscarriage is normal and encouraged. You can talk with a professional counselor, form a support group with others in your area with a similar experience, and/or reach out to a spiritual counselor. If you want additional help in finding support or if you desire something more immediate, the miscarrigae websites below provide tips for healing, phone support lines, and online support groups.
SupportGroups.comAn online community to share your experiences and struggles surrounding miscarriage. more »
Empty CradleEmpty Cradle offers a support through their Facebook group, over the phone, and with email. more »
Hope After LossA list of tips, books, websites, and other resources to help you get started on the path to healing. more »
Pregnancy Birth & BabyIf you need general ideas on how to find support and resources, be sure to visit this page. There is also general info available concerning miscarriage if you want to browse more. more »
Institute of Reproductive Grief CareThe Institute of Reproductive Grief Care, the nonprofit that created this site, offers a collection of books, booklets and memorial items designed for you to help process your loss. We invite you to view these items at the Institute's shop. more »
Miscarriage AssociationIf you’ve been affected by miscarriage, molar pregnancy or ectopic pregnancy, we hope this website will provide the information that you’re looking for. more »