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    10 Tips To Help Moms Deal With Miscarriage

    A miscarriage is a devastating loss for a mother, their partner, and their family. Miscarriage can lead to feelings of isolation, depression, and loneliness.

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    Miscarriages are common and often happen before 20 weeks of pregnancy. Many miscarriages occur before the mother realises she’s pregnant.

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    Below is 10 tips to help moms deal with miscarriage.

    Listen: Do not assume you know what loved ones need during this time. The most important thing you can do is to listen to them. Allow them to vent or cry to you.

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    Be open to talking about the miscarriage: Let your loved ones decide when and how they want to talk about their loss, but be ready to go there when they are.

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    Send gifts: Send some hand scrub, a short book of encouragement or a candle. This will show you care about them and how thoughtful you are.

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    Offer to help out with physical needs: Grief can drain people of their energy. It’s nice to offer to help with whatever they need. Help with meals by sending a gift card for a delivery service or making and dropping a meal. Offer to provide childcare or pick their kids up from school.

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    Recognise the child: Be aware of how the mother wants the baby to be addressed, and respect her wishes.

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    Share Simple Gestures: Simple gestures is always needed and perfect. A simple text, a hug, a prayer, a gift card, a book, or even a handwritten card. This shows you care greatly.

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    Ask Her What She Needs: Simply ask her what her needs are, and be prepared to offer suggestions if she says “I don’t know” or “It’s okay.”

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    Write feelings: When someone has experienced a distressing event, the brain tries to make sense of what happened. Try to encourage them journal writing which is a great way to explore their feelings and emotions.

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    Validate them: Let them know that what they are feeling is valid and normal and that there is no timeline for when they need to move on.

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    Read Also: Skincare Tips And Beauty Regime In pregnancy

    Choose your words carefully: Parents never forget about their lost pregnancy and can be hurt by your words, no matter how long it’s been. So ensure you choose your words carefully and do not make harsh statements.

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