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  • Writer's pictureTricia Pyatt, MA, LPC

Pregnancy and Infant Loss

Some of you may know that my husband and I struggled with infertility and pregnancy loss throughout our 19 years of marriage. It is, in my experience, one of the most horrendous losses one can experience. We have no tangible memories of those precious babies I carried for such a short time. My first baby would be 16 this year had he made it full term. But I want to share with you that THERE IS HOPE! No matter what you are facing, no matter how hopeless you may feel, there is no mountain too big or valley too low that we can't face it together, head-on, and work together to get you through this difficult time. Please, if you or someone you know is struggling with anxiety, depression, grief, or anything else that they cannot face alone, please encourage them to seek help, and to reach out. They do not need to fight this battle alone. And while to me, personally, pregnancy and infant loss holds a special place in my heart, I have experience working with a wide array of issues that people face.

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