This space has been created in honour of all the beloved and longed for children who are not in our arms.
We have so much love for these missing little ones, whether we knew them here on earth, in our dreams, or if we haven't yet managed to conceive them but we know them in our hearts.
Grief brings so much pain and confusion.
The right kind of support can make a difference, but it can be really hard to find.
The goal here is to help you shine some of the overflowing love in your heart back onto yourself, to feel encouraged to keep going, as you work so hard to figure out your 'what now' and 'how do I do this'.
You're invited to spend time with your heart, explore your unique ways of coping, learn some new tools, and have a place to lean into on the harder days.
You are welcome here, with the hope that you feel more supported, in light of all that you're dealing with and all that you've been through.
At the moment MYH is running a new Holiday Support Workshop that you're invited to join, for a layer of no-pressure support over the next few weeks.
Please click the links below to learn more, and visit the MYH About page if you'd like to read some of the story behind this space.
I created Mothering Your Heart to provide an extra layer of support as you navigate your grief and life after loss.
You can access the programs and workshops from anywhere, whether you've had to step away in the middle of your cousin's baby shower, or are at home in your pyjamas for the third day in a row.
I get it, I've been there, wondering how any of this could possibly be happening.
This grief (and love) is life altering.
I want you to know that there are many others here. We each have our own unique stories and circumstances, but we understand the pain and the sadness you're going through.
Although it can so often feel like it, you are not alone.
If you'd like, click below to read more about my background and the story behind MYH.
"This was my first Mother's Day after my miscarriage and I didn't know how I was going to handle it. The workshop gave me something to focus on and I didn't feel as overwhelmed - thank you."