Anna Raeburn “We need to speak to make sense of our lives, our experience. And sometimes we need to say the unspeakable – to break the power of feeling hurt and lost and a failure – so that we can go on.
Everyone who has experienced miscarriage directly or at close quarters knows that the loss of the hope embodied in a child is a bereavement. And loss takes time to come to terms with.
That’s why the Miscarriage Association means a lot to so many of us.”
Nigel Martyn “My wife Amanda and I have endured the devastation of miscarriage on four occasions. It is not something you ever recover from emotionally and the support of the Miscarriage Association has helped us both tremendously.”