Category archive: Grief & Healing

Featured as Inspirational Bereaved Parent

Hello everyone! Just a quick note to inform you guys that I’m being featured as an Inspirational Bereaved Parent on Lindsey’s blog at Stillborn and Still Breathing! First of all I would like to say: If you’re here because you’re going through a loss, don’t hesitate to check out her blog. Her words are honest,…

About Little Wonders

About Little Wonders

Today I would like to share a story. A story of a bereaved mother I met through a mutual friend. It’s a story about a truly inspirational person, wife, friend and especially, a mother. A story of love, grief, loss, photography, beauty and healing. Sharon started blogging during her second pregnancy, to openly share her…

Another angelversary goes by

Another angelversary goes by

Today is that day again. The 7th of the month. The day that marks three months since Sahar joined and left this Earth on the same day. Whenever a new month starts my heart breaks a little, knowing that the 7th will soon arrive. I don’t like these days. They only mark how long she’s…

The wall of hope

The wall of hope

When we lost our baby, one of the first things I wanted to do was create a space for Sahar here at home. I’ve posted about it a few times already and I’m still working on it every single day. But it’s not only healing to create a space for your baby at home, it’s…

Grief cannot be fixed

Grief cannot be fixed

It’s been almost three months since we lost our little girl. It’s not only hard to handle this loss, but it’s also very hard to handle all the comments and wrong reactions of the people around us. Although I realize that everyone means the very best for us, these comments are still hurtful. Here’s a…

Allowing healing

Allowing healing

I remember the first time I smiled after we lost Sahar. I didn’t even get to finish that smile when my heart filled with this unbearable weight and my mind was blaming me for having the audacity to smile, just when I had lost my baby, my firstborn. How could a smile have escaped me? How could that happen?…

Hope is the light in this darkness

Hope is the light in this darkness

Where will we be in a year from now? I used to be able to answer this questions with a bunch of plans, dreams, and actions, waiting to be realized. I would literally talk your ears off. Now, after loss, I ask myself this question every day, and I only have a bunch of question…

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