Together, we illuminate the path of healing, cultivate a future of hope, and celebrate the unwavering spirit of loss moms like you.
When my daughter died, a part of me died alongside her.
In the depths of my grief, I felt an indescribable loneliness and pain engulf me as a whole.
The death of a baby leaves you shattered and irreversibly transforms the essence of who you once were. As a result, you experience an irrevocable shift in your existence as the life you know has ended.
Enveloped by overwhelming grief, you may find yourself plunged into the depths of depression, secluded in anguish, haunted by anxiety, consumed by fear, utterly shattered, and burdened by guilt.
To amplify that pain, society has these taboos and stigmas around pregnancy and infant loss, further isolating you from others and discouraging you from speaking out about your pain. It can feel as though all hope has vanished.
I see you. I understand your grief and pain, for I have travelled this desolate path. The death of my daughter changed me to the core and I share in detail about my experience in my book, Heavenly Seas.
Though I want to share that amidst the darkness, there exists another facet of grief. There is a path that leads us forward, offering opportunities to experience:
Hope, though fragile, still flickers, and together we can navigate the labyrinth of sorrow, emerging on the other side, where healing and solace await.
Embracing your grief, and ultimately life, is a profound way to honour the memory of your baby. As you continue to live and breathe, you carry your baby’s memory forward. You assume the precious legacy they have bestowed upon you.
There will never be a day you don’t think about your baby. Some days will be more challenging than others. Though by integrating grief into your life, you can cultivate a future with hope and happiness and I am here to help support you in achieving this.
These sessions are perfect if you prefer one on one support.
Navigating life after the death of a baby feels impossible. Please know that you are not alone.
Together, we will navigate this difficult path toward healing and light.
Site by Jo to the Web Solutions
Please note that as much as this call is about LaCara getting to know you, it is also for you to get to know her. She wants to ensure that she is the best fit to meet your needs and help you in your grief journey.
To my fellow loss parents:
You are not alone. Together we carry the pain of baby loss and keep their memory alive.