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What is safe is not always natural & What is natural is not always safe.

Natural VS. Safe

We hear a lot about the power of nature and avoiding things that are heavily processed to keep ourselves safe. I think it is important to remember: What is safe is not always natural & What is natural is not always safe.

It is important to understand that the most "biologically normal" thing in the world is death.

“Biologically Normal” (B/W)

There is a trend in our modern world towards doing things in the most “natural” way possible. This has become exceptionally big in childbirth and child care circles. I think what is unfortunately not well understood is that the most biologically normal thing in the world is death.

Graphics for Child Loss & Grief survivors bias

Survivor’s Bias

Survivor’s bias is a logical fallacy that equates the experience of those who survived an experience with “proof” that such an experience is safe.

Dear Prenatal Provider Informed Pregnancy Downloadable Graphics

Dear Prenatal Provider

When I was pregnant for the first time, I had no idea stillbirth was a realistic possibility; certainly not something that happened in 1 out of 160 pregnancies. Please educate your patients on the stats, risks, and warning signs. We deserve this information.

I don't talk about my son's death because I'm having trouble coping. I talk about my son's death because I don't know anyone else to end up like me. Please don't try to silence me. My story is as valid and as important as anyone else's.

I talk about Adrian’s death because I don’t want it to happen to you (B/W)

I think there is a common assumption that talking about the death of your child means you are struggling. This isn’t true. Death happens, and it shouldn’t be taboo to talk about it. I personally talk about Adrian’s death a lot, because the best way to honor his memory is to ensure his tragedy doesn’t happen to anyone else’s child.

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