These links come from our friends at Public Health Corps. This is from their mission statement: “At its core, our mission is simple: Putting the public back into public health. Public health is only effective if the public can actually access and discern what information is reliable. But given how much information and how many ‘sources’
Where Is The Angel? By Mary Jane Hurley Brant Where is the Angel? I’ve searched everywhere for her. She has gone. For how long will she be gone? Forever. Forever? Yes, forever. And, also, that best part of her and him. Who is he? The angel’s father, who was her hero. Oh. And what about
Grief Sounds by Mary Jane Hurley Brant My grief’s a whirling ceiling fan It whips me about again and again. chop chop whoosh whoosh My soul a tortured tear-stained book. This splintered old boat on an angry sea It rocks; it shouts you’ll never sink me. slosh slosh splash splash My soul a prayerful history.
Miscarriage and Grief from The New York Times, by psychologist Jessica Zucker and illustrator by Ryan Alexander-Tanner. Dr. Zucker is a clinical psychologist specializing in women’s reproductive + maternal mental health, with an international public health background. She also has a website selling pregnancy loss cards and more: CLICK HERE
The Transformative Power of Grief Alana Sheeren believes in love, beauty and the transformative power of grief. After the stillbirth of her son she began writing about her personal journey into grief and whole-self healing. A Reiki Master with a MA degree in clinical and community psychology and a BFA in theater, Alana partners with