If you have experienced a pregnancy loss, Mother's Day might be very difficult.
This holiday, like the others, can bring up conflicting emotions, and are often hard to verbalize or to share.
Grief of a child, whether it happened as a stillbirth or miscarriage, is often not recognized and honored in society. This deeply personal experience is yours, and there is no right or wrong way to grieve.
The article attached shares some ways to cope on Mother's Day, such as:
Letting go of feelings of guilt or self blame.
Seek help from a professional
Join a support group
But above all, be kind to yourself, and understand these emotions are normal and you have the right to your feelings.