Joyce Mwangi: I honour you. I remember you.
After the loss of my second child, my son Thayu Kiheo, I almost lost it. And maybe I actually did. I was devastated. My body was physically bearing the marks of carrying a baby for 20 weeks, striving to keep that baby alive through medication most of its injectables and still losing that child.
7 Things Never To Tell a Grieving Parent
As happens when a loved one, a friend, a colleague, a parishioner or a neighbor has lost life appropriate words are not easy to come by. Many people feel the urge to break the silence and in so doing end up saying such injurious things to the bereaved.
Healing the Wounds of a Miscarriage
Going through a miscarriage can be a life altering experience with physiological and psychological effects. However,recovery is possible.