You are not alone. Together we remember and carry the pain.
When my daughter died. I died. I felt completely alone in my experience as no one in my circle had experienced pregnancy or infant loss.
I believe parents do not survive the death of their babies. Who we were before they died, dies with them.
We have changed. Life as we know it has shifted.
Do you feel:
There’s so many emotions that accompany the death of a baby. It can feel like all hope is lost and the only thing you want, other than your baby, is to be with them.
I can relate. I have been there. Though, I want you to know that there another side to grief. There is a path forward and its full of opportunity to feel:
There is still hope and together we can get you through.
Continuing to live life is truly the most beautiful way you can honour your baby. You live, because they don’t get to.
By living and breathing, you ensure their memory carries on and that others know that they existed. You take forward the legacy they left behind – you, mom.
That’s right. Regardless of whether or not your child is Earth-side, you are a mom.
There will never be a day that you don’t think about your baby. However, by integrating grief into your life, you can begin to move forward and rediscover and rebuild yourself.
Through diving into your grief, we can begin the discovery process of who you want to be, moving forward.
These sessions are perfect if you prefer one on one support.
As part of these sessions, I also offer complimentary frequency scans and mini frequency sessions to support your wellness using Healy.
My heart is with you as you navigate the death of your baby and in this space you able to grieve and speak openly about your experiences.
Schedule a consultation call with LaCara today.
Navigating life after the death of a baby feels impossible, though I want you to know that you are not alone. Together we remember and as our grief continues with us in life, we honour them.
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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.