231 - How to Survive after Stillbirth?


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For the rest of December long we will feature and throwback to some of our favorite Sisters in Loss podcast episodes.

Today’s topic is all about how to survive after stillbirth.

We are featuring two of my favorite episodes of the podcast, Episode 5 with Diana Sims who shares her stillbirth story of son King, born at 36 weeks gestation, and her journey to rainbow baby Anthony.

In episode 162 of the podcast Shana Anderson takes us on the journey of birthing her rainbow baby and losing her son on the same day all while grieving her stillborn daughter. Shana is raw as it is weeks after laying her son Bryce to rest. She takes us back to the day of great joy and deep sorrow of birthing a son and losing a son. Shana is taking it one day at a time and literally spoke life over herself, her womb, and baby Brayden as he was growing in her belly while taking care of a medically fragile toddler.

This episode is for you to listen to if you want to know what God’s grace and mercy looks like on earth in the form of strength and resilience.

This episode is for you to listen to if you have experienced a placenta abruption, stillbirth, or pregnancy after loss.

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