Amanda Ross-White

Baby Loss from a Mom's Perspective, and Pregnancy After Loss

In this talk, Amanda covers:

01:33 - Her story of loss and the days and weeks afterward (from a mom's perspective)

09:13 - Helpful things her husband did (and things that weren't as helpful)

11:22 - Her greatest support 

14:11 - Going back to work and her feelings of loss after the first few months

21:11 - When she started to have feelings of calm and peace

23:39 - What a mom is feeling when she is pregnant after loss

27:48 - How a mom feels closer to delivery

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About Amanda Ross-White:

Amanda's twins, Nate and Sam, were stillborn at 36 weeks.

Since joining the world of the baby loss, Amanda has become dedicated to furthering research into stillbirth and neonatal death, as well as the unique parenting and relationship challenges for baby loss mothers.

Amanda is author of Joy at the End of the Rainbow: A Guide to Pregnancy After a Loss. A mother to two successful rainbow pregnancies, daughter Rebecca and son Alex, her guide helps to manage your anxiety as you anticipate the arrival of your rainbow child. 

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