If you’ve ever lost a child, a pregnancy, or perhaps even the ability to become pregnant in the future, don’t allow others to tell you how or how long you should grieve.
Miscarriages happen all the time and they are awful. Dads often stand back feeling powerless, but this can make it a lot worse. Here are four things we can do to support ourselves and our partners through the devastation of miscarriages.
What motivates Doyin Richards to be the dad he is today? Pain and heartache.
Talking about a miscarriage is almost taboo – but recovery begins with honest conversation.
Doyin Richards didn’t know how badly he wanted to be a dad until the opportunity was almost taken away from him.
Prospective fathers are affected by miscarriages, but there is a lack of support for them.
Dads can often be forgotten in the devastation of a miscarriage. One dad shares his experience in hopes of helping other dads going through it.
His son is in heaven, but Andrew Lawes is on a fast-track to hell. His only hope of meeting his son is to be a good man. His first step is to confess his sins.
Eric Shapiro went through a miscarriage with his wife. He would like to be able to talk about it.
I stood behind the door wanting to fly in with my red cape, but I can’t this time.
This is a comment by Dan Mac on his article “A Father’s Story of Miscarriages and Joy“ Thanks for sharing your story trey1963. It is rare to have a smooth and quick journey through pregnancy loss, especially for men. But I find that at least discussing it openly is a huge step to handling the […]
What happens to faith when you come face-to-face with tragedy?
Ten years later, I still haven’t talked about how much the miscarriage affected me.
John Jones thought he wouldn’t be much if he didn’t become a father. Without his daughter, he might not be here at all.