Are you struggling to fully enjoy your pregnancy after a pregnancy loss/es?
After having 6 miscarriages of my own after a healthy and successful first pregnancy, every positive pregnancy test I received was not the most joyful experience. The trauma from the loss I endured stuck with me even when this current pregnancy turned into a healthy baby boy. The anxiety that waves through each milestone is hard to endure. It really can feel like you are being cheated of such an amazing experience. If you know that struggle, my heart is with you and I created something just for you!
Benefits to Journaling, Affirmations, and Gratitude
- Relieve stress and anxiety
- Express feelings you may not be ready to share
- Start healing from your losses
- Record the important milestones for you and baby
- Keep thoughts organized
- Shift your perspective
- Encourage positive, present thoughts
While pregnancy after a loss is something to celebrate, it comes with its own new territory of uncharted feelings. The pregnancy can peak anxiety, worry, PTSD, and a roller coaster of emotions that should be expressed. This journal gives you that space to get it all out. This journal serves you by keeping your mindset in the present and moving forward with 40 prompts, 40 positive affirmations, 40 gratefulness cues, and the space to write down whatever comes up for you in that moment.
As a woman who had a successful first pregnancy, then to go on to have 6 consecutive miscarriages, to now be with my own healthy rainbow baby, this is something I wish I would have had from the beginning. The journey of miscarriage or pregnancy loss is a trauma of its own, but the unexpected struggle is the journey of pregnancy after loss. My hope is to give peace to women in the same situation, even if it is for a moment.
- 40 Prompts
- 40 Positive Affirmations
- 40 Gratefulness Cues
- 100 pages of writing space
- A space where healing begins
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