Whether you lost your baby at 6 weeks.

Whether you lost your baby at 12 weeks.

Whether you lost your baby at 16 weeks.

Whether you lost your baby at 20 weeks.

Whether you lost your baby at 24 weeks.

Whether you lost your baby at 28 weeks.

Whether you lost your baby at 32 weeks.

Whether you lost your baby at 36 weeks.

Whether you lost your baby at birth.

Whether you lost your baby after birth.

Whether you lost your baby after 5 days.

Whether you lost your baby after a month.

Whether you lost twins, or a twin.

Whether you lost a boy.

Whether you lost a girl.

Whether you did not know the sex.

Whether it is your first loss.

Whether it is your second loss.

Whether it is your third loss.

Whether is is your fourth loss.

Whether you have not had a child.

Whether you already have a child.

Whether you have two children.

Whether you have three children or more.

Whether you lost your baby in your teens.

Whether you lost your baby in your twenties.

Whether you lost your baby in your thirties.

Whether you lost your baby in your forties.

Whether you were single.

Whether you are in a relationship.

Whether you are married.

Whether you are broken up.

Whether you lost your baby through IVF.

Whether you lost your baby through an unplanned pregnancy.

Whether you lost your baby through planned pregnancy.

Whether you lost your baby through surrogacy.

Your partner’s pregnancy loss matters.

Your partner’s baby matters.

Your partner’s grief matters.

Your partner’s tears matter.

Your pregnancy loss matters.

Your baby matters.

Your grief matters.

Your tears matter.

You matter.

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Yvette Mystakas

Yvette Mystakas is the founder and owner of She is Sacred - a blog, which embraces Womanhood, Sisterhood and Motherhood. She writes raw, from the heart, heartbreaking yet empowering words of her struggles with mental health, the importance of self-care and identity. Yvette has brought together women from across the globe sharing each other's stories. Whether they are a mother, single woman, wife, girlfriend, she is reassuring that we are all not alone and to embrace this beautiful mess. You can follow Yvette's journey on Facebook and Instagram.