It turns out, you can miss what you never had.
After a decade-long battle to become a mother, my soul knows a thing or two about disenfranchised grief. How do you cope with a loss that is ambiguous to those who have never experienced it? How do you move on when your grief is not recognized by your peer group who tell you that perhaps “it just wasn’t meant to be.” How do you function in a world where other people’s joy intensifies your pain? Read more >
My writing helps those navigating disenfranchised grief feel heard and inspired to share their stories and seek the help they need.
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