Pregnancy After Loss Support’s Top Ten Most-Read articles of 2016

By |2016-12-28T13:12:50+00:00December 28th, 2016|Birth, Emotional Health, Parenting After Loss, Pregnancy, The First Year, TTC|0 Comments

PALS (Pregnancy After Loss Support) proudly supports families that are pregnant again after a pregnancy, infant, or child loss. One of the ways we support our community is through our online magazine. We hope to reach even more courageous mamas in 2017!

Our most-read articles from 2016:

1. 14 Things No One Tells You About Bringing Home a Baby After Your Previous Baby Died by Lindsey Henke

2. A Rainbow, not a Replacement by Elizabeth Thoma

3. The Unintentional Shaming of Child Loss Parents by Lindsey Henke

4. 9 Things I’m not doing during my Pregnancy after Loss (and that’s OK) by Lindsey Henke

5. What This is Us got right about Stillbirth by Valerie Meek

6. Dear Courageous Mama…Pregnant with you Last Child after Loss by Tara Bennett Kilian

7. 10 Things no one says to the Anxious Pregnancy after Loss Mom (but Probably Should) by Lindsey Henke

8. Branded, Marked, and Tattooed by Heather Butler

9. The Isolette by Valerie Meek

10. Jealousy: an Unwelcome Symptom of Pregnancy after Loss by Meg Kant

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About the Author:

Lindsey Henke
Lindsey Henke is the founder and Executive Director of Pregnancy After Loss Support, writer, clinical social worker, wife, and most importantly a mother to two beautiful daughters and one sweet-cheeked baby boy. Tragically, her oldest daughter, Nora was stillborn after a healthy full-term pregnancy in December of 2012. Since then, she has turned to writing on her blog, Still Breathing. Lindsey was featured as Pregnancy and Newborn Magazine’s Knocked Up Blogger during her pregnancy with her second daughter, Zoe, who was born healthy and alive in March of 2014. Her writing about life after loss has been featured on Still Standing Magazine, Listen to Your Mother, Scary Mommy, Healthline, Postpartum Progress, and The New York Times. Lindsey can be reached by email.

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