As we get older, friendships can become complex to navigate. Layer in emotions around fertility, pregnancy loss, or even the devastating loss of an infant or child and it can be challenging to know how to help those you love.
And as difficult it is to talk about pregnancy and infant loss, it touches all of us throughout our lifetime.
In the podcast below, Dr. Sarah chats with April Boyd, a Psychotherapist, and Coach, who specializes in supporting families through infant loss. She candidly shares her own experience with loss and offers practical, gentle ways of navigating relationships & life after loss.
If you're interested in learning more from April, head over and visit her website the Love Loss Project where she shares content to help others heal through their experiences of grief and loss.
And for those who are experiencing pregnancy after loss, we connected with Dr. Alda Ngo, Director of Chinese Medicine, about the benefits of mindfulness for those experiencing pregnancy after loss. If you're interested in listening to our conversation, you can find it here. If you're interested in learning more about the program they offer check out their programs here!
And as a gentle reminder, if you've experienced a loss and are feeling symptoms of low mood, sleep disturbance, appetite changes, impaired concentration, and memory, please reach out to a qualified healthcare provider for further assessment and support.