336 - Trying to Conceive: Making the Decision to Try Again with Erica Michelle
Sisters in Loss Podcast
by Erica M. Freeman
2w ago
Are you ready to try to conceive?  Today's episode is a solo episode by Founder Erica Michelle on Trying Again and Making the Decision to try to conceive. Making the decision to try again is not an easy one.  This decision may trigger many different emotions and bring on anxiety, fear, guilt, inadequacy, hopelessness, and a sense of failure.  In this series I plan to equip you with the questions to ask yourself and your partner to prepare your mind, body, and inner self for another pregnancy.   Below are 3 questions you should ask yourself before you and your partner m ..read more
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335 - Easing into 2024 with Erica Michelle
Sisters in Loss Podcast
by Erica M. Freeman
1M ago
2024 is here and we are kicking off the year with a solo episode.  Our founder, Erica Michelle, shares about easing into 2024, goals for Sisters in Loss in 2024, and surviving and thriving in 2024. Become a Sisters in Loss Birth Bereavement, and Postpartum Doula Here Living Water Doula Services Book Recommendations and Links Below You can shop my Amazon Store for the Book Recommendations You can follow Sisters in Loss on Social Join our Healing Collective Online Support Group Join the Sisters in Loss Online Community Sisters in Loss TV Youtube Channel Sisters in Loss Instag ..read more
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334 - Can marriage survive the loss of a child? The Martin’s Pregnancy Loss Journey with PCOS and Chasing Rainbows Podcast - REWIND
Sisters in Loss Podcast
by Erica M. Freeman
1M ago
Pregnancy loss and infertility can be so hard on a marriage. It can either tear the couple apart or bring them closer together. In fact it is said that almost 80% of couples who experience a miscarriage or infertility end up in divorce. In this month of love we will be featuring 4 couples showing by prayer, faith in God, and a strong commitment to stay together their marriages endured the hard times of pregnancy loss and infertility. This is the last couple in our series The Martin’s. They are fellow podcasters and have created Chasing Rainbows podcast documenting their infertility journey. In ..read more
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332 - Can marriage survive the loss of a child? Donor Sperm and IVF Journey in Same Sex Marriage with Tynisha Walker-Whitfield - REWIMD
Sisters in Loss Podcast
by Erica M. Freeman
1M ago
What is PPROM? Preterm premature rupture of the membranes (PPROM) is a pregnancy complication. In this condition, the sac (amniotic membrane) surrounding your baby breaks (ruptures) before week 37 of pregnancy. Once the sac breaks, you have an increased risk for infection. Today’s guest experienced 4 losses, 9 IUIs, and 5 IVF transfers.  Her most recent loss was due to PPROM and incompetent cervix of her son Gabriel at 19 weeks gestation. Her first loss was due to a left ovarian ectopic pregnancy, her 2nd loss was at 6 weeks with no fetal heartbeat, 3rd loss was a chemica p ..read more
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331 - Can marriage survive the loss of a child? Xenia and Sheldon’s Twin Miscarriage Story & Twin Parenting Journey with Nolan and Nash - REWIND
Sisters in Loss Podcast
by Erica M. Freeman
1M ago
Can marriage survive the loss of a child?  Losing a child is the hardest thing a couple can go through. In fact 80 percent of marriages end in divorce after the loss of a child.  For the month of December we are sharing the stories of 4 couples and how their marriages not only survived the loss of a child, but continued to thrive.     In today’s episode we have the Garrets.  Sheldon and Xenia met in undergrad at Louisiana State University and began dating a little over 10 years ago.  They were married in 2013 after completing grad school and moved to Houston ..read more
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330 - Can marriage survive the loss of a child? Ivori and Kevin’s Loss Story and Loving Our Angel - REWIND
Sisters in Loss Podcast
by Erica M. Freeman
1M ago
Can marriage survive the loss of a child?  Losing a child is the hardest thing a couple can go through. In fact 80 percent of marriages end in divorce after the loss of a child.  For the month of December we are sharing the stories of 4 couples and how their marriages not only survived the loss of a child, but continued to thrive.     In today’s episode we have the Warren’s.   Ivori and Kevin Warren have been married for 16 years and are a the mommy and daddy to an Angel  born in heaven on August 21, 2017. Ivori is a creative entrepreneur and many times ..read more
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329 - Can marriage survive the loss of a child? Valencya and Jerrell Thompson’s Fertility Journey and Fertility Hope Ministry - REWIND
Sisters in Loss Podcast
by Erica M. Freeman
2M ago
  Can marriage survive the loss of a child?  Losing a child is the hardest thing a couple can go through. In fact 80 percent of marriages end in divorce after the loss of a child.  For the month of December we are sharing the stories of 4 couples and how their marriages not only survived the loss of a child, but continued to thrive.     In today’s episode we have the Thompsons.  Valencya and Jerrell Thompson are the founders of the #fertilityhope ministry.  Valencya Thompson holds Master and Specialist degrees in School Psychology, a Bachelor of Science ..read more
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328 - Can marriage survive the loss of a child? Talysa & John’s Miscarriage Story & Helping Others through Connections - REWIND
Sisters in Loss Podcast
by Erica M. Freeman
2M ago
Can marriage survive the loss of a child?  Losing a child is the hardest thing a couple can go through. In fact 80 percent of marriages end in divorce after the loss of a child.  For the month of December we are sharing the stories of 4 couples and how their marriages not only survived the loss of a child, but continued to thrive.     In today’s episode we have the McCall’s.  John and Talysa McCall have been married for 6 years and reside Camp Lejeune, NC.  John is serving our country in the Marine Corps and Talysa McCall Talysa holds a MBA in Marketing from ..read more
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327 - Remembering my Child with Alisha Reginal
Sisters in Loss Podcast
by Erica M. Freeman
2M ago
Today's episode is all about how to remember your child during the Holidays, but also all year long. Alisha Reginal shares her stillbirth journey losing her first son at 36 weeks gestation.  She left the hospital empty handed full of memorabilia but her heart was shattered.  Alisha still doesn't know the medical reason for his death.  She clung to her faith and tried again and shares her journey to conceiving her rainbow baby and delivery. Alisha chose to remember her son Travis Jr. through her determination to give back to other families through her organization and website rem ..read more
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326 - Getting to Joy after Infertility, Stillbirth, and Parenting after loss with Tacole Robinson
Sisters in Loss Podcast
by Erica M. Freeman
3M ago
Today’s guest is a mother of 8! Yes, you read that correct she was called to this hood called motherhood. Tacole Robinson endured much heartache and disappointment while seeking to fulfill God’s promises for her to become a mother. She has 2 adopted children, 2 foster child, 2 stepchildren, and 2 biological children through IVF. Her ministry centers her children both foster and adopted medically fragile and healing and deliverance for those in need. She shares her story in detail in episode 299 so go back to listen or watch this episode. In today's episode, Tacole shares her first book which c ..read more
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