If the stats are right, and from personal experience I know they are, either you and/or someone you know has suffered a miscarriage.

The sense of loss is overwhelming.  The sense of failure rocks you to your core.  And then you go through this alone… because, well there are many reasons.  No one knows what to say, they don’t want to say the wrong thing, they feel uncomfortable…  and so on.  At the time when we should most help someone, society leaves them alone and suffering.

That’s where we come in.  At OurHopePlace.com we give ideas on how to help someone.  At our blog OurHopePlace.wordpress.com we share pain and loss.  We share stories of hope.  It’s all about healing and hope.

That’s why we find stories of hope, stories of healing we are compelled to share…  Lisa Ling recently suffered a miscarriage.  She share’s her story here on the View In addition, she started a company:  The Secret Society of Women.

At OurHopePlace.com we talk about having a miscarriage is like joining a sisterhood you didn’t want to or didn’t know about.   If you or someone you know becomes a member, acknowledge her loss.  Offer help…  don’t let her suffer alone.  Make a difference!