The Glimmer Project
Supporting women who have experienced pregnancy and newborn loss
The Glimmer Project was built to support you and the millions of other women who experience pregnancy or newborn loss every single year.
Miscarriage, stillbirth and neonatal loss is a terrible tragedy and you should not have to go through this alone. Glimmer exists to give hope, light, connection and guidance.
The Online Glimmer Program
Perhaps you find yourself wanting:
- more peer support
- to optimize your mind and body while managing this terrible grief
- to find peacefulness amidst the ravages of grief
- to connect in a more spiritual way with your beloved baby who has passed on
Well you have found the right place.
The Glimmer Program is a unique program designed to support you and your well being through this cruel tragedy of miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal loss.
In the program, you will receive:
- video content of grief management tools and coping strategies to navigate and weather the triggers and hardships of grief
- supply daily guided mindfulness meditations to allow you to find peacefulness and strength.
- an online private small support group of fellow women, run by our very own, experienced bereavement midwife
Glimmer is run as non-profit and any excess money raised from the sale of this program goes straight to funding The Glimmer Project and stillbirth prevention research.
May you find connection
May you find acceptance
May you be happy
Find out more The Glimmer Program
Enrollments are now open for the upcoming group
The January 2022 Glimmer Program
For women who have suffered miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn loss
Join the online Glimmer Program today - it is evidence based and will help you to find connection, peacefulness and ways to manage your grief after pregnancy or newborn loss.
Donate $10 to the Glimmer Project
Please help us create more podcasts, content and programs to help grieving mothers after stillbirth or neonatal loss
"You cannot prevent the birds of sorrow from flying over your head, but you can prevent them from building nests in your hair."
Old Chinese proverb
Helpful reading material
Check out the most recent post for helping you manage your grief:
Recommended Books, Podcasts and Programs for bereaved parents
Parents, extended family and friends often ask me for recommendations of resources available to parents who have lost a baby through pregnancy or newborn death.
It is natural and helpful to seek information and normalization of the torrent of emotions experienced after pregnancy loss, miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal loss.
I did so so so much reading soon after losing Isla and felt that it helped me normalize the emotional rollercoaster and predict and manage the difficult milestones to c…
Gift ideas for a mother grieving pregnancy loss - miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn loss
When someone dear to you suffers a pregnancy loss, it can leave you feeling desperate to help and offer support in anyway possible. Flowers are so beautiful but may not feel quite right for the situation, so here are some ideas to gift some one who has experienced pregnancy loss including miscarriage, stillbirth or new born baby death.
Gift card for food delivery service: a voucher allows the grieving family to access when needed
- a simple card of love, support and deep sympathy
Treading water - enduring and surviving the aftermath whilst in the hospital soon after Stillbirth or Neonatal loss
Take some long deep breaths. I know how you feel. The bottom of the universe has just fallen from beneath you. Just breathe for now. You are going to get through this.
Shrink your world
- to include only necessities and your core people
- discard the rest
- give your phone and laptop to someone else to either manage or turn off
- Immediate family and friends
- perhaps your extended family or friends can disseminate the news, so you don’t have to.
- on your self and wha…
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