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Evidence Based Birth®
EBB 231 - A Joyful, High-Intervention Birth with EBB Childbirth Class Graduates Lisa Mangini and Anand Swaminathan

Evidence Based Birth®

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 45:46


On today's podcast, we're going to talk with EBB Childbirth Class Parents, Lisa Mangini and Anand Swaminathan about their high-intervention birth story! So many people have negative associations with interventions— but Lisa and Anand's story shows how you can still experience a joyful, empowering birth, even in the midst of complications! Lisa Mangini is a writer living in Central Pennsylvania with her husband, Anand and young son. She teaches English and creative writing at a university and is in the early stages of writing a book about becoming a parent. I think Lisa is the first person I've heard of who found the EBB Childbirth Class through a neurologist! During her first pregnancy (which ended in a miscarriage), Lisa had her first tonic-clonic seizure. Lisa had to dive into a journey to manage her seizure disorder and several other health conditions, all while trying to conceive and then eventually getting pregnant. Lisa and Anand's story is perfect for anyone who is facing a high-risk pregnancy or supporting clients who are high-risk! Lisa talks about dealing with prenatal anxiety, switching hospitals and providers, deciding to hire a doula, and how a calm, experienced midwife can be a huge asset during a high-risk birth situation. Content warning: We mention miscarriage, prenatal anxiety, high levels of medical intervention, seizures, and fear of dying during childbirth Resources: Follow Lisa at @lisaquarius and Lisamangini.com Find an EBB Childbirth Class at https://evidencebasedbirth.com/childbirthclass EBB Signature Article on doulas at https://evidencebasedbirth.com/doulas EBB Podcast episode 175 on the evidence on midwives https://evidencebasedbirth.com/evidence-on-midwives/ EBB Podcast episode 186 on a high-risk pregnancy with Angela Jones https://evidencebasedbirth.com/a-positive-pregnancy-and-birth-outcome-with-multiple-high-risk-labels-with-ebb-childbirth-class-parent-angela-jones/

Fertile Minds Radio
Why Pleasure Matters w/ Sex Coach Danielle Savory

Fertile Minds Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 54:07


Fertility challenges, mothering. trauma, and conditioning can absolutely get in the way of pleasure. And pleasure is what lights you up and makes this whole life worth living. So what is a girl to do? Join me as I pick the big beautiful brain of Sex Coach, Danielle Savory, and she shares her tips for creating more pleasure and drops some knowledge on how our bodies and minds work to keep us safe and to light us up. If you love our guest as much as I do, head over to https://daniellesavory.com and see how she can help you reclaim your sexiest most lit up self.  

Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women
Episode 125: Interview with Eric Schumacher

Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 56:28


Eric Schumacher — Elyse is joined by guest host Abbey Wedgeworth for a conversation with Eric about his book, Ours: Biblical Comfort for Men Grieving Miscarriage. Abbey Wedgeworth is a wife, mother, and writer. She is passionate about discipleship and bible literacy and loves to see the way that the gospel transforms how people think and live. She is the author of Held: 31 Biblical Reflections on God's Comfort and Care in the Sorrow of Miscarriage. Abbey lives on the South Carolina coast with her husband, David, and their three young sons. Find her online at abbeywedgeworth.com.

Miscarriage Hope Desk Podcast
Miscarriage Hope Desk Podcast - 2 Year Mark! | #095

Miscarriage Hope Desk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 12:30


In episode #095, Miscarriage Hope Desk Founder, Allison Schaaf, does a reflection on where we have been for the past 2 years of the Miscarriage Hope Desk podcast, and also takes a look at what is coming up. Do you have content suggestions? If so, reach out- support@miscarriagehopedesk.com Resources to Explore- (also check out Episode #80 which goes in depth on the resources offered at Miscarriage Hope Desk) - MHD Library Articles- https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/library/ - MHD Weekly Newsletter- https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/newsletter/ - MHD Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/miscarriagehopedesk/ - MHD Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/1617075958466247/ - MHD FREE Lab Checklist- MiscarriageHopeDesk.com/labs - MHD Stories of Hope- https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/stories-of-hope-after-miscarriage/ - MHD Contact- support@miscarriagehopedesk.com - MHD Moving Forward Program- https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/moving-forward-after-miscarriage-program/ - More about Allison- https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/about/ SHOW NOTES- https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/podcast/ WEBSITE- MiscarriageHopeDesk.com Get a FREE Lab Checklist- MiscarriageHopeDesk.com/labs INSTAGRAM @miscarriagehopedesk FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/miscarriagehopedesk PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP- https://www.facebook.com/groups/1617075958466247/ Struggling with miscarriage & looking for support & help in navigating next steps? Join our Moving Forward program- https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/moving-forward  

Steve Brown Etc.
Eric Schumacher | Men and Miscarriage | Steve Brown, Etc.

Steve Brown Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 44:44


Is it okay for men to grieve the loss of their baby who was never born? This week, Steve and the gang sit down with Eric Schumacher to talk about men, miscarriage, and embracing the pain when our plans fall apart. The post Eric Schumacher | Men and Miscarriage | Steve Brown, Etc. appeared first on Key Life.

The Glimmer Podcast
Returning to work after pregnancy/child loss : TFMR, stillbirth, neonatal loss, miscarriage, baby, child loss

The Glimmer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 27:02


This episode of the Glimmer Podcast is all about returning to work after miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal loss or TFMR (termination for medical reasons). It gives helpful lived experience and advice to the listener on how to navigate interactions with colleagues, clients and everyone involved in the workplace. This episode also gives helpful advice to employers and we recommend this episode to every work place whose staff may experience this type of loss. Our guest is Ann-Maree Imrie, a social worker trained in grief and bereavement. She is also the mother to her son, Xavier who was stillborn in 2015. She took five months leave from work after his loss and can attribute a huge part of her healing to the support she received from her workplace. Ann-Maree has developed her passion - 'The Baby Loss Project' - an online training program that upskills employers to create policy, and respond proactively to pregnancy loss, stillbirth and infant death. This episode references the startling findings from the ‘Price Waterhouse Cooper' economic impact analysis on the cost of stillbirth to organisations through presenteeism, absenteeism and family breakdown. Anne-Maree Imrie shares about the ‘baby loss project' and why it is so important. It aims to take all the fear out of the support people in trying to support the bereaved parent back to work and turning them into a ‘grief literate organization.'  Links:https://www.theglimmerproject.com https://bluehearts.com.au/the-cause.html https://stillbirthfoundation.org.au https://www.babylossproject.com/ Special thank you to: - Corey Green (podcast editor - Transducer Audio)  https://www.transducer-audio.com/- Coby Grant (Winter Bear backing sound track)- Ashleigh Smith (Producer and creator of The Glimmer Project, Podcast and Online group) Social media:@glimmer_project@bluehearts_au@stillbirthfoundation@mybabysvoice

everymum
Music, Miscarriage & Motherhood - RuthAnne

everymum

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 41:18


In this episode Sinead is joined by Grammy nominated Singer/Songwriter/Artist/Producer RuthAnne.But away from the studio where RuthAnne has written songs for Britney Spears, John Legend and Niall Horan she is a courageous endometriosis warrior & mother to her 6 month old rainbow baby girl Lily-Mae. This episode discusses RuthAnne's loss before Lily Mae was born - a kindly comes with a trigger warning. Here we talk about fertility, reproductive health, miscarriage, motherhood & how music can heal. This is a brave, raw, honest and powerful episode that speaks about the soul of a mother. everymum the podcast is supported by WaterWipes, the world's purest baby wipes, made with only two ingredients, 99.9% purified water and a drop of fruit extract. WaterWipes is one of the most essential products for every mum from that first nappy change to those messy weaning months. Winners of seven National Parenting Product Awards 2021 including Best Baby Wipes, WaterWipes 100% biodegradable**, plastic free and compostable wipes and are proven to be purer than cotton wool and water making them ideal to protect and gently cleanse sensitive, newborn and even premature skin. As the number one wipe in Ireland* together we are committed to providing more support for parents with trusted products and this podcast.*No 1 Wipe in Ireland = *Based on value sales for the 52 weeks ending 10th October 2021. Source: A.C. Nielsen ROI Scantrack sales*Biodegradable - **Within 4 weeks in an industrial setting/plant in accordance with EN13432. Wipe material. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Post Reports
Miscarriage, abortion and the legal gray area for doctors

Post Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 21:10


Doctors are worried gray areas in new abortion bans force a choice between breaking their oath and breaking the law. Today on “Post Reports,” we talk to an OB/GYN about what those decisions are like. Plus, how to cover your digital trail if you seek an abortion.Read more:Health and science reporter Ariana Eunjung Cha recently wrote about the fear and confusion many doctors are facing since Roe was overturned.. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) joined numerous other professional organizations and medical journals over the past few days in warning that the ruling will affect health care beyond abortion, creating new risks for patients and potentially increasing maternal mortality. We interviewed Nisha Verma, an OB/GYN in Atlanta who is also a fellow at ACOG. She talked about the gray areas these laws and restrictions don't cover. “These laws don't make any sense,” Verma told Elahe Izadi. While lawmakers point out that there are exceptions for the life of the pregnant person, Verma says it's very unclear what that means. “There's not a moment in time. This line where someone goes from being completely fine to dying. It's a continuum. People get sicker and sicker. And so we have to be able to make decisions in that continuum with all of the training that we have without having to worry about whether the person was sick enough or whether we're going to get in trouble under the law,” Verma said. Also on the show, tech reporter Heather Kelly explains how to protect your privacy if you're seeking abortion care — and why period-tracking apps are best avoided.

Jen's New Song
Ours: Eric Schumacher on men and miscarriage

Jen's New Song

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 46:54


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The Milk Minute Podcast- Breastfeeding/Chestfeeding/Lactating/Pumping

Most people in the United States who have abortions are already parents, which means many folks who are breastfeeding may be accessing this medical care. Today Heather & Maureen discuss the safety of abortion procedures and medications during lactation, as well as current events surrounding legality and access to care.THANK YOU TO THIS EPISODE'S SPONSORSGet your breastfeeding journey BACK ON TRACK with a Lactation Consult with Heather! Telehealth available and some insurance accepted. Click HERE for the deets. If you have Blue Cross Blue Shield, Anthem, or Cigna PPO – you can fill out a short form to get pre-approval to get your visits with Heather 100% approved! Click HERE to access the form!Ceres Chill- Grab your Milkstache HERE or Grab your Ceres Chiller HERE and enter promo code MILKMINUTE15 for 15% off!Listener Question: Who is someone without healthcare supposed to go to? I'm curious about what resources there are.Episodes Mentioned:Ep. 97- History of WIC & BreastfeedingEp. 23 -Breastfeeding and Birth ControlResources:Infant Risk Helpline (806)352-2519Lact MedWV FREE OrganizationFind the new Milk Minute Podcast website by clicking here!Become a Milk Minute VIP: Click here to get behind-the-scenes-access and exclusive merch!Contact us: To send us feedback, personal stories, or just to chat you can send us an email at milkminutepodcast@gmail.comGet Community Support: Click Here to Join our Free Facebook Community!Stay up to Date: Find us on INSTAGRAM @milk_minute_podcastStare at us on TikTokPrefer to read the transcript? - Click Here to read the edited version of this episode!All of the resources cited in this episode are available on our professional transcript.Support the show

Wisdom of the Body
092. AmarAtma Singh on Grieving Like a Boss

Wisdom of the Body

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 44:13


Listen to AmarAtma Singh, a grief coach, discuss with Heather the surprising impact of talking about grief, the ways in which grief hits us, and what we can do about it. AmarAtma explains why effectively dealing with grief is one of the ways we can reclaim humanness. We discuss all the forms of loss: loved ones, money, property, functioning, autonomy, relationships, even losing things we've never had. Go fearlessly into your grief because the body will share the truth.   In this episode, Heather and AmarAtma discuss: What grief is  How grief comes with several other emotions at the same time  Emotion phobia  Face, Embrace and Release Model Hopes, dreams and expectations loss  How the degree of a loss can change the way we experience grief Emotional resilience  Why being told to “man up” and “push through” may not be the best thing to do when it comes to grieving The risks of suppressing instincts Why you can't think your way through grief  The need to move the unresolved feelings  How we know if we're dealing with our grief well How we become what we avoid wanting to become  Importance of asking yourself “who am I if I'm not protecting?” The strength of the human spirit The importance of doing advance directives and taking time to have deep and uncomfortable conversations What grief feels like  Anticipatory grief Grieving something you haven't had yet Why we hold onto grief What happens when we let go of grief   AmarAtma Singh is a Grief Coach with advanced certification as a Grief Recovery Specialist. He has spent the better part of the last decade helping hundreds and thousands of grievers in both 1:1 private coaching along with emotional and spiritual care as a board-certified Chaplain in the Acute care hospital setting. https://amaratmacoaching.com/  Heather Grzych is the author of The Ayurvedic Guide to Fertility and the host of the Wisdom of the Body podcast. A board-certified Ayurvedic practitioner, she teaches the Regenerative Fertility Method to support future generations worldwide. Heather is on the board of directors for the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) and has consulted with doctors, governments, and insurance companies. She offers virtual consultations and programs worldwide. www.heathergrzych.com   Connect with Heather: Instagram.com/heathergrzych Facebook.com/grzychheather   Participate in the FREE 3-Day Mind-Body-Spirit Fertility Activation to create the family of your dreams and have the wellness to enjoy it:  https://regenerativefertilitymethod.com/vfaoptin    Join the Wisdom of the Body club on Clubhouse: https://www.joinclubhouse.com/club/wisdom-of-the-body   This podcast is for educational and entertainment purposes only.

Reasons to Believe Podcast
SC&G Special Edition - Are Chemical Abortions Safe?

Reasons to Believe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 55:10


Deaths and Severe Adverse Events after the Use of Mifepristone as an Abortifacient from September 2000 to February 2019 Significant Adverse Events and Outcomes after Medical Abortion Mifepristone Adverse Events Identified by Planned Parenthood in 2009 and 2010 Compared to Those in the FDA Adverse Event Reporting System and Those Obtained through the Freedom of Information Act A Post Hoc Exploratory Analysis: Induced Abortion Complications Mistaken for Miscarriage in the Emergency Room Are a Risk Factor for Hospitalization Immediate Complications after Medical Compared with Surgical Termination of Pregnancy   Additional Resources: aaplog.org – American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists lozierinstitute.org – Charlotte Lozier Institute

Optimal Relationships Daily
1389: 9 Ways To Respond To The Grief Of Miscarriage And StillBirth by Dr. Margaret Rutherford

Optimal Relationships Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 10:06


Dr. Margaret Rutherford provides 9 ways to respond to the grief of miscarriage Episode 1389: 9 Ways To Respond To The Grief Of Miscarriage And StillBirth by Dr. Margaret Rutherford Dr. Margaret Rutherford has been a psychologist in private practice for over twenty-five years. She's the author of “Perfectly Hidden Depression”, and hosts a weekly podcast, SelfWork with Dr. Margaret Rutherford, where she offers compassionate common-sense directions, ideas and goals toward the changes listeners want to make in healing.  The original post can be found here: https://drmargaretrutherford.com/9-ways-to-respond-to-the-grief-of-miscarriage-and-stillbirth/  Noom Mood guides you to mental wellness one step at a time, 10 minutes per day. Sign up for your trial at Noom.com/ORD Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Australian Birth Stories
316 | Maddi, two births, miscarriage, MGP, vaginal birth, PND, chiari malformation type 1, caesarean

Australian Birth Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 83:03


Maddi shares her very interesting story and talks at length about her experience with postnatal depression. After her first positive vaginal birth, she was diagnosed with chiari malformation type 1 where part of the brain at the back of her skull bulges and puts pressure on the spinal column. Her neurologist confirmed that she could birth vaginally but she wouldn't be able to have an epidural or spinal block if an emergency situation arose. Maddi accessed all the evidence she could relating to chiari malformation and vaginal birth yet she couldn't find any information on the ongoing effects after birth. Subsequently, she made the informed choice to plan a caesarean birth under general anaesthetic. 

The Antidote
Gratitude and Donuts with Tian Richards

The Antidote

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 50:37


In this episode of The Antidote, Amy and Grace connect with actor Tian Richards (Tom Swift) about staying present, finding the best donuts in his favorite cities, and loving Black women. Amy and Grace share their bummer news of the week - The Supreme Court Overturning Roe v. Wade - and also provide resources for how to fight back. They also share a joint antidote this week: listening to,  “Break My Soul,” by the queen, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter.   This week's Creative Tap-In:  “Make an empty space in any corner of your mind, and creativity will instantly fill it.” - Dee Hock If you're looking for resources following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on Roe v. Wade, check out the following: Plan C Pills: https://www.plancpills.org/ Repro Legal Helpline: https://www.reprolegalhelpline.org/ Call or text the Miscarriage and Abortion Hotline: 1-833-246-2632 OUR SPONSORS: BetterHelp Online Therapy -  betterhelp.com/ANTIDOTE Do you have a favorite antidote or need an antidote suggestion? A question for Grace and Amy, or something you loved that Amy, Grace or one of their guests has said on the podcast? Share a message with The Antidote team: https://mpr.tfaforms.net/111

Your Fertility Pharmacist
Stroke Risks with Infertility, Miscarriage, and Stillbirth

Your Fertility Pharmacist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 11:41


A large multi-national study detects higher stroke risks in women with infertility, miscarriages, and stillbirths.

Miss Mindset

A content note for this weeks' episode. We do discuss miscarriage and abortion. If these topics seem a little too heavy, please be gentle with yourself and perhaps skip this one.This week on the podcast Bre chats to miscarriage and abortion support person Jocelyn McRae.Tune in to hear them chat about;

Front Porch with the Fitzes
Episode 395: Men, miscarriage and Eric Schumacher

Front Porch with the Fitzes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 48:44


Eric Schumacher joins us to talk about his latest book Ours: Biblical Comfort for Men Greiving Miscarriage. We talk about about how men handle miscarriage and how we can help. 

BBW BadGirl With Isabella Martin
Episode #108: Reality Check 2022

BBW BadGirl With Isabella Martin

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 35:32


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Inelia Benz
Abortion and Miscarriage Explored - Driving to the Rez- Episode

Inelia Benz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 66:12


Find Inelia at:- https://IneliaBenz.com - main website- https://WalkWithMeNow.com - self-empowerment platform- https://iBenzAcademy.com - the academy- https://SubscribeStar.com/inelia-benz - the subscribe star communityBooks referenced in this episode:- Cosmic Cradle - by Elizabeth Carman and Neil Carman- Babies are Cosmic - by Elizabeth Carman and Neil Carman 

All things Vanéx
38. AITA for flipping out at my husband for lying to my boss and telling him that I had a miscarriage?

All things Vanéx

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 5:40


WEBSITE vanexfavors.com INSTAGRAM instagram.com/vanexfavors YOUTUBE https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCUPcneExe7bFMlLYBIF4FeA TWITTER twitter.com/vanexfavors Music https://songwhip.com/vanex --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vanex/support

Miracles Happen by Studio Fertility: discovering the power of your mind and emotions on the journey to conceiving your baby.
How Not To Be Anxious About Getting Pregnant, Even If You've Had a Miscarriage

Miracles Happen by Studio Fertility: discovering the power of your mind and emotions on the journey to conceiving your baby.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 23:21


I know what it is like.You have that deep desire in your heart for a baby, it won't go away.  And you finally get pregnant only for it to end in a heartbreaking miscarriage.You don't understand how you came this close and yet it is still even further away to the life and the dreams that you have of having a family.And now to make things worse, you are afraid of getting pregnant because what if this ends in miscarriage too?You don't think you can take the heartbreak and go through it all again.Well today, I wanted to talk to you all about how to lessen the anxiety about getting pregnant again so you have a chance to enjoy your pregnancy when it happens.Bella xx

Woman's Hour
Althea Gibson, Bill of Rights, Sexual assault at festivals, Miscarriage & stroke, Viking Festival - Up Helly Aa

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 56:51


On Wednesday the government announced plans to create a new ‘Bill of Rights' to Parliament, that will replace the current Human Rights Act. It argues that these reforms will ‘reinforce freedom of speech, enable us to deport more foreign offenders and better protect the public from dangerous criminals'. But organisations that work with female victims of crime say this is a direct attack on women's rights. They say the Human Rights Act is an important weapon when it comes to victims and survivors' ability to seek justice. Next Monday is the start of this year's Wimbledon and today we discover the story behind Althea Gibson the first Black woman to win Wimbledon in 1957 and 1958. Despite many obstacles her achievements, now more than 60 years ago, led seven-times Wimbledon winner, Serena Williams, to describe her as the ‘most important pioneer for tennis'. Writer and performer Kemi-Bo Jacobs was so inspired by her that she has written a one-woman play about this trailblazer, now on stage at the Alphabetti Theatre in Newcastle. With festival season well underway, the Association of Independent Festivals has re-launched the Safer Spaces campaign which tackles sexual assault and harassment at festivals. Over 100 festivals have signed up to their charter, and will be rolling out their policies over the summer. Anita Rani is joined by Kate Osler, who is on the non-executive board of the Association of Independent Festivals and is secretary director for the El Dorado festival where she is currently setting up for next weekend, and Bea Bennister, who co-founded Girls Against, a non-profit organisation fighting sexual assault at live music events. Women who have suffered multiple miscarriages and stillbirths are at greater risk of stroke, according to new research published by the British Medical Journal. The data looked at over 600,000 women around the world, and in particular women aged between 32 and 73 who were then followed up for an average of 11 years. Professor Gita Mishra is from the University of Queensland, School of Public Health and the senior author on this project. As far as festivals go, Shetland's famous Up Helly Aa fire festival has to be one of the most spectacular. It takes place in January and remembers the Vikings who used to rule the Shetland islands 1,000 years ago. Warriors parade through the streets by torchlight as visitors from across the world gather to watch the spectacle and the day culminates with the dramatic burning of a replica Viking long ship. But women and girls have never been allowed to take part in Lerwick - which is the capital of Shetland - until now. It was announced earlier this week there will no longer be gender restrictions. Johan Adamson is a campaigner from the group Up Helly Aa for Aa and Amy Gear is codirector of arts organisation Gaada who looked at the equality of Up Helly Aa for of their projects. Presenter: Anita Rani Producer: Kirsty Starkey Interviewed Guest: Hannah Couchman Interviewed Guest: Victoria Atkins Interviewed Guest: Kemi-Bo Jacobs Interviewed Guest: Kate Osler Interviewed Guest: Bea Bennister Interviewed Guest: Professor Gita Mishra Interviewed Guest: Johan Adamson Interviewed Guest: Amy Gear

Seeking Excellence
The Pain of Miscarriage w/ Sarah Dougherty

Seeking Excellence

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 77:34


Processing the loss of an unborn child is incredibly difficult. As Pro-Life people, we understand the weight of the death of a baby in a womb in its totality, which makes the grieving process all the more brutal and real. Sarah Dougherty is the amazing wife of Bob Dougherty, who was the best man at my wedding. She is a graduate of Princeton University, a rockstar in the workplace, a convert to the Catholic faith, and one of my best friends. She opens up to share both her incredible conversion story as well as the painful tale of her miscarriage at 20-weeks pregnant. Shortly after learning of their miscarriage, Emily and I found out we were pregnant. And just a few short weeks later, we miscarried as well. This is certainly one of the most vulnerable and powerful episodes I've ever done. I pray that it helps someone out there in their process of grieving and will help others to understand what they can do to help those going through the process.

The Drew Mariani Show
Navigating Miscarriage

The Drew Mariani Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 51:06


Hour 3 of The Drew Mariani Show on 6-22-22 Deacon Gerard Anthony and Dr. Meg Meeker bring both spiritual and medical expertise to the table on how to navigate miscarriage in a family Drew's former producer, Cassie Everts, shares her story with multiple miscarriages

Sisters in Loss Podcast: Miscarriage, Pregnancy Loss, & Infertility Stories
259 - 10 Years of Male Factor Infertility, Missed Miscarriage and Twin Loss with Senoria Cain

Sisters in Loss Podcast: Miscarriage, Pregnancy Loss, & Infertility Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 33:58


Today's guest experienced secondary infertility due to male factor.  Senoria Cain is wife and mom to a 13 year old daughter.  She always knew her husband had a low sperm count and was able to see a urologist who recommended surgery to assist.  After 10 years of no protection and experiencing secondary infertility she was able to get pregnant.  At 12 weeks she was able to see the doctor for an ultrasound and found out she was having twins, but also that she was miscarrying them. Senoria had a missed miscarriage and took medicine to birth her babies opting out of a D&C.  In this episode she takes us back on her journey to motherhood with her daughter, losing twins, postpartum recovery, cycle changes with grief, and moving forward with the possibility of trying again. 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 Instagram Sisters in Loss Facebook Sisters in Loss Twitter You can follow Erica on Social Erica's Website Erica's Instagram Erica's Facebook Erica's Twitter  

The Bottom Line
6/21/22 - SD Mail-In Ballots, Central Valley Miscarriage, Rabbi Schneider, Abel Pomar of AdelFi

The Bottom Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 78:27


- "Mail-in Ballots Found Along a Busy Freeway in San Diego" - ANALYSIS, BALANCE and CLARITY: "Why Did a Central Valley Woman Wind Up IN JAIL for Having a Miscarriage?" - RABBI KIRK SCHNEIDER: "Discovering the Jewish Jesus" - ABEL POMAR of AdelFi: "The Benefits of Investing in a Faith-Based Credit Union"

PEOPLE Every Day
Peta Mergatroyd Reveals Miscarriage in Exclusive Interview, plus PEOPLE's Guide to Summer Travel and Eating

PEOPLE Every Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 21:23


Khloé Kardashian has officially moved on from Tristan Thompson. PEOPLE's Lanae Brody details her exclusive interview with Peta Murgatroyd, where she opens up about her miscarriages, and the toll the war in Ukraine has taken on her family. Prince William turns 40. PEOPLE's Food & Lifestyle Director Sonal Dutt and PEOPLE's Digital Food Editor Ana Calderone talk about their favorite spots to travel and eat this summer. For these stories and more, head to PEOPLE.com. Follow on Instagram: Janine Rubenstein - @janinerube Lanae Brody - @lanaebrody Sonal Dutt - @sonal_dutt Ana Calderone - @ana_jo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Fertility Warriors
The secret to feeling better (and what healing really looks like)

The Fertility Warriors

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 17:42


On this podcast I talk about what my journey to healing looked like and the secret to feeling better…. But it's not always what we think looking from the outside in….On this podcast I talk about:The moment I started healingWhy sometimes adding things to the to do list is not always helpful in feeling betterWhy exhaustion is one of the hallmarks of not copingThe easier way to feel better and what the secret to that really is.3 pillars I teach.Links in this podcast:Join The Reset - my signature programWatch my free masterclass

At A Crossroads with The Naked Podcaster
Infertility, Fibroids, Endometriosis, Miscarriage & Family A Different Way with Walker Brandt S6 E20

At A Crossroads with The Naked Podcaster

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 65:40


We went a little long because discussing surgeries including a hysterectomy - and how you really FEEL - physically and emotionally through Walker's journey as well as navigating being a step-mom. infertility as a result of cysts endometriosis symptomatic fibroids 9 surgeries & drug-induced menopause miscarriage near death after surgery when the doctor punctured my uterus while trying to prepare the uterine lining for IVF choosing not to go IVF due to being at high risk for hemorrhage losing the battle to save my uterus finding my way to acceptance being a step-parent through most of it all and receiving that blessing ABOUT WALKER: What most didn't know about me until March 2020 when my first book was released, AWAKEN – Discovering Yourself Through the Light of Your Innocence, is my journey of healing, self-discovery, to not be broken by but rather seek to transcend the environment of my youth. I share my path to resilience, of knowing acknowledging what is part of me but doesn't define me and how creating success instead of becoming a statistic was possible. I am a professional actor, artist, model, writer, and now published author. I have worked in the entertainment industry for over 25 years. My work has included international blockbuster films, TV shows, and over 2000 advertising campaigns and commercials for global brands. This is a result of choosing to embrace the unknown and choose to live. At 15 during a suicide attempt, two words spoke loudly in my mind, “Stop. Leave.” I chose to listen and ran away for the 3rd time since the age of 13. Determined to break the chain I felt was trying to hold me captive as it did so many of my family members. A little over a year later, with the help of a compassionate and giving family who took me in as a runaway, I became emancipated at the age of 16. AWAKEN - Amazon #1 International Best Seller. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086HMT56S FIND HER HERE: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086HMT56S https://walkerbrandt.com https://www.instagram.com/iamwalkerkimbrly/ https://www.facebook.com/iamWalkerKimberly/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/walker-kimberly-brandt-a40507163 https://walkerbrandt.com/awakenaudio/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/becoming-parents/message

Made4More - Motivate.Inspire.Encourage
Be A Little Wilder with Hayden & Makenna Newsom

Made4More - Motivate.Inspire.Encourage

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 159:55


Welcome to Episode 76! Today, Mario talks with our friends, Hayden and Makenna Newsom about their journey with pregnancy, loss, and healing. This episode is all about reminding each of you to Be a Little Wilder.

Fertility and Sterility On Air
Fertility and Sterility On Air - Unplugged: June 2022

Fertility and Sterility On Air

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 34:20


In this month's Fertility & Sterility: Unplugged, we take a look at articles from each of F&S's sister journals! Topics this month include: an updated review on immunotherapy and recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) (01:38), identifying immunologic biomarkers for RPL patients in peripheral and menstrual blood (15:38), and a randomized trial to assess a multimedia educational intervention for patients undergoing assisted reproductive technologies (22:55). F&S Science: https://www.fertstertscience.org/article/S2666-335X(22)00015-5/fulltext F&S Reviews: https://www.fertstertreviews.org/article/S2666-5719(21)00024-4/fulltext F&S Reports: https://www.fertstertreports.org/article/S2666-3341(22)00049-6/fulltext View the sister journals at: https://www.fertstertreviews.org https://www.fertstertreports.org https://www.fertstertscience.org

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Midday Prayer for Friday, June 17, 2022Opening SentencesPsalm 148Old Testament: Numbers 13:1-3, 21-30Confession of Faith: The Heidelberg Catechism, Questions 27-28Ancient or Classic Prayer: Gelasian Liturgy (8th century)Prayers for Various Occasions: For Parents after a Miscarriage, the Birth of a Stillborn Child, or the Death of a Newly Born ChildPrayerThe Lord's Prayer ("debts")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press. Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version - Updated Edition, copyright (c) 2021 by the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. The Confessions are from The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Part I: The Book of Confessions, published by the Office of the General Assembly, copyright (c) 2016.  "Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from Pixabay. Candle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay.

Re:Launch
Ep37—Biblical Comfort for Men Grieving Miscarriage, with Eric Schumacher

Re:Launch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 24:17


On this episode, pastor and author Eric Schumacher joins host Marty Duren in a coversation about the challenges men have grieving miscarriages.  Transcript Marty Duren: Welcome to Launch-The GCC Podcast. I'm your host, Marty Duren, director of communications for the Great Commission Collective. We're a global network of churches partnering together to plant churches and strengthen leaders. My guest today on Launch is Eric Schumacher. He's a pastor and author. We're going to be talking about his book, Ours: Biblical Comfort for Men Grieving Miscarriage. This is a timely subject. It's always applicable, whether you're dealing with miscarriage in your own family, or whether you're a pastor and you're dealing with people who are struggling through the aftermath of having had a miscarriage. This is a timely and helpful book. Paul David Tripp says "This book is full of helpful insights and answers, but the best thing it gives you is Jesus." I hope both this book and this conversation are helpful to you. Marty Duren: Welcome back to Launch. As previously mentioned in the intro section, my guest is Eric Schumacher, and he has written a really, really helpful book. If you're a pastor, you possibly have been through this yourself. If not, you definitely have counseled someone who has been through, a couple who's been through miscarriage. The unique thing about Eric's book is its biblical comfort for men grieving miscarriage. This is just recently out, right? Eric Schumacher: Yeah. It releases July 1. Marty Duren: Oh, so it's recently not out. Eric Schumacher: We're recently not out. Marty Duren: We're recording just before it releases. Eric Schumacher: For a limited time only, it's not out. Marty Duren: That's right. So prayerfully by the time you get this, you can pre-order it on your favorite online website. So welcome to Launch, man. It's really great to have you here. Eric Schumacher: Yeah. Thanks, Marty, for having me. I've enjoyed knowing you over Twitter for quite some time. So it's good to put a face and a voice with the account. Marty Duren: Oh, okay. So putting a voice with it means you've never listened to my other podcast, right? Eric Schumacher: Well, whoa, whoa. Yeah. Let's talk about my book, shall we? Marty Duren: Okay. Truth comes out. We're not editing this part either, dude. Hey, for folks who don't know who Eric Schumacher is, take a couple minutes to...you're a pastor, but what else? Eric Schumacher: I'm a husband of Jenny for almost 24 years. So next month we'll celebrate 24 years. Marty Duren: Congrats on that. Eric Schumacher: We have five kids in our home, four teenagers right now. Oldest will be 20 next month. The youngest is 10; four boys and a girl. That keeps life very busy. And my wife, Jenny, is a... She's my better 9/10. She's tremendous. Marty Duren: That's awesome. I can believe that. I can believe that she's 9/10 of the better. Eric Schumacher: Yeah. Although, don't multiply me by nine and think that's all she is. I'm being very generous with myself. Marty Duren: So, you got all these kids. You got a 10-year age range with five kids. Are they at least involved and interested, that like all play soccer one game after another? Or is like one in dance, one in piano, one in soccer, one in archery, that kind of thing? Eric Schumacher: The oldest one's in college, so he's pretty self-sufficient. And the 17-year-old has a really nice girlfriend, and that keeps him busy. And he has a summer job, so I'm thankful for that. The 15-year-old, he is involved in soccer and just started in a robotics competition team, that they went to the world championships in Houston. He was the robot driver for the whole team. Marty Duren: That's cool. Eric Schumacher: He's our outdoorsman. He's always outside doing something. He took over the shop in our garage when we moved to this new-to-us house. And he, unknown to any of us, discovered he had some kind of saw that would cut metal. So he started cutting circular saw blades, strips out of them, and making knives and like a [inaudible 00:04:19], throwing bat-sharpened things that could probably do a lot of harm to somebody. Marty Duren: Do the robots throw those? Eric Schumacher: No, he hasn't figured that out yet. I'm trying not to suggest that idea. Right now his dream is, he says when he turns 18 and graduates high school, he's going to be moving to Alaska and living as a survivalist. And he thinks he's prepared for that because he watches Life Below Zero and Bear Grylls. Marty Duren: Okay. I mean, what could go wrong? Eric Schumacher: I know. Buddy, there's a little bit more- Marty Duren: Has he read Into the Wild? Eric Schumacher: No, he has not. And I'm thinking about showing him that film. Marty Duren: Yes. Eric Schumacher: Buddy, there's a little bit more than knowing how to skin an animal and drink your own urine to living in Alaska. Although he was out at a friend's acreage a year or two ago, and their dog ran up with a rabbit that it had just caught. He was probably 13, pulled his pocket knife out and he skinned the rabbit, gutted it right there, and put her on a spit and built a fire and cooked it over it and ate it. Marty Duren: Wow. He went [inaudible 00:05:27] Castaway in about 10 seconds there, didn't he? Eric Schumacher: Yeah, he did. I'm going to get him a volleyball just to keep him company. Marty Duren: That's awesome. Eric Schumacher: Our daughter's 13. She's wonderful. She's a budding author. She's 50,000 words into a novel she's working on, and it's good. Better than I've written as an adult. Our 10-year-old, he's the sweetest and friendliest of all of our kids. And we're just trying to desperately figure out how to keep him that way. Marty Duren: Yeah, I hear you. I hear you. That's fantastic. Well, let's talk about Ours: Biblical Comfort for Men Grieving Miscarriage. I'm going to open up by saying that my wife and I never went through this, so I don't know how common or uncommon that makes us, and as a pastor, and I was in full-time pastoral ministry for 20-plus years I think, I can barely remember one or two incidences. So I think I'm somewhat of an anomaly that this is not a thing that I dealt with in ministry a lot. Of course, there's the possibility that people didn't even talk about it. You know, it happened in our church and people didn't say anything about it. But you're addressing the men in the story, so the dad-to-be and the unique struggles. What I love about your book is that you relate it to so many things were happening in the life of Jesus. So let's talk about it. First of all, how did you come to write this book? Eric Schumacher: Years ago, for your listeners' sake, my wife and I have experienced four miscarriages. I believe the statistic is one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage. As a pastor, one of the reasons you don't often hear about it is because people don't talk about it. I had written for Risen Motherhood, an article about my experience with miscarriage in order... They asked me to write it in order to help women understand what their husbands are going through. And so a few years back then, Abbey Wedgeworth asked me if I would include a testimony as a father in her book, Held. It's actually a companion volume to ours, but a 31-day resource, journaling resource, with devotions, walking through a Psalm. I got the book, and it's just fantastic. Eric Schumacher: It became immediately my go-to resource on miscarriage. And I just loved everything the Good Book Company did with it. All through our miscarriages, one of the things I talk about in the book is that I just never heard men talk about miscarriage, and I experienced firsthand how unprepared other men in the church were to care for a man walking through miscarriage, and even hospitals, just everywhere. For obvious reasons, miscarriage is thought about as a woman's thing, which it is, because they're the ones that are miscarrying, they're the ones that were pregnant. But every child has a mother and a father, and every mother wants the father to be involved in the pregnancy and wants the father to rejoice over the birth of the child. Eric Schumacher: I don't know who picked the title of the book at the Good Book Company, but that's what the name Ours is all about, is that this is ours. And so I just wrote Carl at the Good Book Company an email and said, "Hey, fantastic work on this volume. It's really good, and you really need to write one. You need to publish one for men, and I want to write it." They were gracious enough to do it, take a risk on it. Marty Duren: Is that how that works? Is that how that works, I just find a book and say "This is a great book and you need to write a companion and I need to write it." Is that how it works? Eric Schumacher: Sometimes, I guess. I don't know. First time I've tried it, but it won't be the last. Marty Duren: Worked for you. What I want to do is read some of the chapter titles and just let you comment, because it's set up with really short chapters. There's 31. So it's a month's worth of brief devotions with some opportunity for reflection. So it's not just, "Hey, I'm going to read this and go to work," it's "I'm going to sit with this a little bit. I'm going to process this and process myself as I process this." Let's hit just a few of the chapter titles, give everybody an idea of what's going on. And then I think this is going to become a go-to for a lot of folks, to be honest with you. Second chapter, Have I Really Lost a Child? What is that? And why is it significant? Eric Schumacher: What you mentioned earlier about incidents from the life of Jesus for your listeners, the book walks through the book of Luke in over 31 days. What I did before I wrote it is, I wrote down questions that are common for people to ask as they're going through miscarriage, and then put them together with the Suffering Servant and how he cared for suffering people. And so I picked Luke. One of the many reasons I picked Luke is because it starts with barrenness with Elizabeth and Zechariah, and then it opens with a chapter dealing with children in the womb. We're in a culture that you and I and everyone listening, we all know this, that there's a lot of debate about abortion right now. And we're in a culture that does not always value life in the womb, or diminishes the value of life in the womb. Eric Schumacher: And miscarriage is an unseen suffering in the sense that, maybe if you've been able to have a sonogram, you've seen the child, but often it's unseen, a very unseen loss. And so you didn't know this child, most often you weren't able to hold the child unless it was far enough along you could, after delivery. And so it's easy to say, was this really a baby? Was this really this? And I love the fact that right there in the first two chapters of Luke, he uses the word [inaudible 00:12:01], which is the word for baby, or child. And he uses it of what leapt Elizabeth's womb and what Mary laid in the manger. And it's every bit as much a child. Marty Duren: Does God Know What I'm Going Through? Eric Schumacher: Yeah. That question. It's easy to look at Jesus and say, "Well, he was never a father. Does he know what I'm going through?" But the main event in the Gospel of Luke, what it's leading up to, is the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, who is the Son of God. And that means our God knows what it's like to lose a child, to watch a child die, and he can sympathize. Marty Duren: What Do I Do With My Anger? Eric Schumacher: Miscarriage is one of those situations where I think, as fathers, we feel this right and benevolent desire to protect our wives, protect our wife, and protect our children. And miscarriage is one of those things where it doesn't matter what you do, there's nothing you could have done to protect your wife or your child from this pain and its loss. So anger is a common response to feeling an injustice, to feeling frustrated because what the good thing you want to have happen, you're not able to do, something's frustrated it. So, yeah, I think Jesus offers some good hope there for men who are experiencing anger in response. Marty Duren: You have a chapter on caring for the man caring for his wife. I can't imagine much more of a minefield for a guy, especially for guys, what we think of as the typical guy, who's not greatly in touch with his emotions and doesn't always know how to respond when the wife is deeply in touch with hers. Talk a little bit about the guy who this has happened to, or the pastors ministering to a dude, and he's just like, what do I say to my wife? Eric Schumacher: Yeah. I think you hit the nail on the head. Everyone grieves in different ways and at different times. And that really comes out in miscarriage, because often when they find out about the miscarriage, the man moves into not necessarily fix-it mode, because he can't fix it, but to-do-list mode. And if there's other children, I need to make sure they get to school, I need to run them to soccer practice, I need to make sure meals are covered, I need to go to the pharmacy to pick up medications for her. I'm going to do all the things I can to sort of just bury my emotions in busyness. And there can also be the temptation to think, if he is grieving and feeling emotional about this, to think, well, man, I can't really say anything about that. I can't say that I'm not doing well, because this happened to her. And I don't want to diminish her grief by just sitting on the bed with her and weeping. Eric Schumacher: I tell guys, your wife, you were both there when this child was conceived, and she wanted you to be there when the child was born, and you planned to raise this child together. Don't make her walk through this loss alone. This was always yours together. Somebody else can run the kids around. You have church, family, friends, somebody else can get the meals. Somebody else can do all the things, but you're really the one who needs to be sitting with her and mourning with her. And if you don't feel those feelings right now, just sympathize with hers, and your feelings will come. And sometimes the Lord allows us to grieve at different times so that we can care for each other in those seasons. If the Gospel of Luke is about anything, it's about God taking on flesh and being present with us. Be that with your wife. Marty Duren: So here's the chapter that when I saw it, it really grabbed my attention. Does My Grief Make Me Useless to Jesus? Does My Grief Make Me Useless to Jesus? How did you even come up with that [inaudible 00:16:33]? Eric Schumacher: Depending on what sort of tribe people are in spiritually and all that, you, we can get this mindset that to be useful to Jesus, we always need to be doing something, out there accomplishing something, serving somebody else, these sorts of things. When grief gets to be so intense that all we can do is sit there and cry, we can begin to think, well, now I'm not only a failure to my wife because I can't do all the things, and I'm not only a failure to my children, now I'm a failure to God. Because if I really had faith, I'd be strong enough to get up and get out there and brush this off and go do things. Eric Schumacher: That's not the Jesus we meet in the gospel. He's weeping at Lazarus's tomb, and he's so sorrowful in the Garden of Gethsemane, his soul is sorrowful even to the point of death. And I would add our grief is not useless, it's a form of worship. Because grief is a way of saying, "God, I know you exist. I know that you're good. I know that this situation is wrong in some sense, because the world's broken," and there's no reason to grieve unless you believe those things about God. And so it's an acknowledgement of his goodness and that he's the only one we can turn to. Marty Duren: How Should I Care For My Other Children? Eric Schumacher: Depending on how each of the parents are doing, it can be difficult just to interact with the other children in the midst of grief. But the other thing is, is what can these kids, depending on their ages, understand? And I don't think it's wrong to bring our children into our grief. This is a sibling. They may have known about the pregnancy. It may have been early enough they didn't know about it, but they are going to live in a world that is filled with death and sorrow and brokenness, and this is an opportunity to show them how we face it and hope in Jesus through it. Marty Duren: I don't think you addressed this in the... You don't have a chapter by this name. You might address this, so I'm going to ask you to talk about it a little bit, because it's right in the same narrative. A lot of miscarriages do happen, and you just referenced this, really early on. The mom knows that she's expecting, has probably shared it, probably showed Dad the lines, or the line, whichever way it goes, on the test. And then they may not have told other people. So you mentioned [inaudible 00:19:40] they might not have told anybody yet. Because maybe it's pre a certain amount of weeks and they're going to [inaudible 00:19:45] a certain amount of weeks, then there's a miscarriage, they lose the baby. Marty Duren: Talk to a pastor who's counseling, or a couple who are going through that very scenario, and they're trying to decide who they tell and what they tell and when they tell. Because if they're really grieving, they can't hide the grief. And so they go to church on Sunday or they go to church on Wednesday night or go to some activity related to church, and they're grieving. They can't hide the fact that they're grieving, but they don't just want to come out and say it. Walk through how to address how you share that story. Eric Schumacher: I think it's a really great question. One thing I like to emphasize is that every miscarriage is unique, none of them duplicate entirely, the circumstances stage the pregnancy, all those things. And the people are unique. So all of that needs to be taken into account as you answer that question. I would begin by just sympathizing with them, validating their grief, that it's right that they feel this way. It's a right and good way to feel, and then to ask them, who are the people that know you best, and that you feel like would understand and be safe to share with? They could share with the whole church if they wanted to, or if they wanted to just share with you and the pastoral staff or their small group leaders or their small group, or whoever it might be. Eric Schumacher: I would encourage them, who are the people that are going to understand and care for you? Because particularly, even with an announced pregnancy, you live with that every day. And the people you tell rejoice with you, but they're not preparing a nursery; they're not dreaming about playing football in the backyard; and they're not acquainted with this child in the ways that you are and dreaming about this child the way that you are. So it's very easy for people to hear the news, be sorrowful with you, and then just move on and sort of forget about it, which is tragic. And that can be very hurtful if a church responds like that. And so I think part of what I want to do as a pastor is point them to people who are going to sit with them in the grief and remain with them in the grief and make sure they're cared for after the initial announcement. Marty Duren: Eric Schumacher, your book is Ours: Biblical Comfort for Men Grieving Miscarriage, will be available I think you said July 1st, Eric Schumacher: That's right. Marty Duren: From the Good Book Company. Do you know if they're going to be offering, if a church wanted to buy 20 or 30 or whatever, can they order directly from the company at a rate or [inaudible 00:22:42]? Eric Schumacher: You can. And, in fact, if you're with a church or ministry, the Good Book Company on their website has a ministry partners program, where if you sign up through whatever ministry that you help lead, you can get a free sample of any resource you want, and then I think 40% off for ministry purposes purchases. It sounds self-serving, but I would just encourage every pastor to grab two or three or four or five copies of both Abbey's book, Held, and Ours, and just have them in your study so that you don't have to wait to order it when the miscarriage happens. You can grab a copy of each and head to their home with a meal and just leave it as a gift for them. Marty Duren: That's awesome. Eric [inaudible 00:23:31], hanging out today, man. Eric Schumacher: Yeah. Thank you, Marty. It's been good. Marty Duren: Thank you for listening to Launch-The GCC Podcast. If you haven't subscribed already, why not take a moment to do that in your favorite podcast app. Also, rate and review the podcast when you get a moment. That helps us with search results. And recommend us to your friends, maybe other pastors that you know who will benefit from the content from this podcast. Also, don't forget to check out our website, if you haven't done that already. It's gccollective.org. That's gccollective.org, and there's a lot of helpful information. There's articles, there's how you can join the GCC, whether a church planter or an existing church, and plenty of other content that'll help you grow spiritually and encourage you in your leadership journey.

Pregnancy Pearls Podcast
I Had A Miscarriage: Life After Pregnancy Loss

Pregnancy Pearls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 38:25


So you've had the unfortunate experience of having a miscarriage... what happens now?  Well, in this show, Dr. Plenty shares her own personal experience with pregnancy loss and walks you through why some miscarriages happen, how they're managed, and how to prepare mentally and physically for life going forward. Make sure to download and listen to this episode for an intimate and real conversation about life after pregnancy loss. Don't forget to share with your friends. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Birth Story Podcast
143 MamasteFit's Gina Conley on miscarriage, military hospital birthing, homebirth, being a doula and a mega social media influencer

Birth Story Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 81:23


Heidi sits down with Gina Conley from MamasteFit on her current pregnancy, her miscarriages, her births, and her IG platform.  On her first, she was delivering at a military hospital and her sister, Roxanne, was a labor and delivery nurse who was planning to help her. She talks about how that birth went sideways and how it informed and shaped the rest of pregnancies and births and how she decided to create content to serve others!  She also really digs into switching to midwifery care and homebirth in the middle of COVID and how different that was from birthing in a military hospital.  Gina shares about how MamasteFit came to be on Instagram, her online courses, community and building a business. "At MamasteFit, we exclusively train athletes throughout their pregnancies, postpartum, and beyond!  We have spent the past 4+ years training and developing programming for in-person clients.  We have clients that start training with us at various points throughout their motherhood journey, some starting several years postpartum but wanting to feel strong again!" I love following this sister duo on Instagram at instagram.com/mamastefit  XOXO- Heidi 

Talking Away the Taboo with Dr. Aimee Baron
30. I Had a Miscarriage with Dr. Jessica Zucker

Talking Away the Taboo with Dr. Aimee Baron

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 46:56


On this episode of Talking Away The Taboo, Dr. Jessica Zucker, joins Aimee Baron, MD to talk about… -Her traumatic personal story of miscarriage -How her experience spurred her to create a narrative -The intersection of her clinical work and her pregnancy loss -How she felt alone, forgotten and isolated by her Jewish community -Her new book, “I Had a Miscarriage: A Memoir, A Movement”   Connect with Dr. Jessica Zucker:  -Buy her book on Amazon  -Check out her website  -Follow her on Instagram  -Find her on Twitter    Connect with us: -Check out our website  -Follow us on Instagram and send us a message  -Check out our Facebook page  -Watch our videos on YouTube  -Follow us on TikTok  -Email us at info@iwassupposedtohaveababy.org

5 Minutes to Live by with Pastor Wil
OPEN WINDOWS 6, Part 3 (Rebuking The Miscarriage of the Devourer)

5 Minutes to Live by with Pastor Wil

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 8:14


OPEN WINDOWS 6, Part 3 (Rebuking The Miscarriage of the Devourer) - Season 57.3 HEALING & RESTORATION BOOTCAMP: https://vpf.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/443/responses/new Download FREE Prayer Journal and Join us, June 13th - 19th: June 13th - 19th: https://victoriouspraise.org/prayer TUESDAYS: Register For Pastor Wil's Lunch & Learn: https://vpf.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/399/responses/new WEDNESDAYS: Spring Growth Groups: https://vpf.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/437/responses/new DEVOTIONAL (https://victoriouspraise.org/sermon-notes): Malachi 3:11 And I will rebuke the devourer for your sakes, and he shall not destroy the fruits of your ground; neither shall your vine cast her fruit before the time in the field, saith the LORD of hosts. OPEN WINDOWS 6, REBUKING THE DEVOURER ● Rebuking The Attacks of the Devourer ● Rebuking The Miscarriage of the Devourer ● Rebuking The Curse of the Devourer SUBSCRIBE to Pastor Wil's Podcast: ● 5 Minutes to Live By; Mon-Fri 10am - Follow on Spotify at https://anchor.fm/pastor-wil-nichols ● Lunch & Learn; Tue 12 Noon - Follow on Spotify at https://anchor.fm/wilbur-nichols ● Videos Available at: https://victoriouspraise.org/podcast DONATIONS: ● VPFMobile App: https://victoriouspraise.org/download-mobile-app ● Website: https://victoriouspraise.org/giving ● Text to Give: Text “VPFGIVE” to (833) 603-4136 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pastor-wil-nichols/support

rePROs Fight Back
The Loss of Abortion Rights Will Send Reverberations Through Many Spheres

rePROs Fight Back

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 46:03


As the future of Roe looks increasingly shaky, the implications of its overturning could result in a number of outcomes some of which may not immediately occur to many of us. Pamela Merritt, Executive Director of Medical Students for Choice, talks to us about what the likely overturning of Roe v. Wade may mean for criminalization, health outcomes, and abortion education and training for medical students and residents.  As the fall of Roe looms, the criminalization of pregnancy outcomes, sexual and reproductive health, and self-managed abortion may become more commonplace. Already, criminalization has crept closer and closer; Texas's SB8 allows for anyone to sue for those who “aid and abet” in abortion access or care. In a country in which people of color are already hyper-surveilled, these outcomes will be disproportionately felt by Black communities and other communities of color. In an international context, Poland is currently seeking to create a registry of pregnant people using self-reported and investigated information.   For so many, being able to decide whether or not to carry a pregnancy to term may be a life-or-death decision or can result in extreme health outcomes. For Black pregnant people in the U.S., maternal mortality rates are four times higher than the general population. Putting abortion out of reach means contributing to the persistent maternal health crisis. Abortion bans also impact fertility, access to in vitro fertilization, and the ability to treat fibroids, endometriosis, and polycystic issues. Miscarriage management and treatment of ectopic pregnancies may be up for debate among risk-averse hospital ethics boards. Roe's future will have an unknown impact on abortion training and education among medical students and residents. In states that are poised to ban or limit abortion, will residency programs teaching on abortion care and family planning may lose accreditation? Will accrediting programs change their standards of care based on the American Academy of Obstetricians and Gynecologist's best practices? Likely, in 5 to 20 years, patterns of geographic access to care may become clearer, where providers are legally safer practicing abortion in some areas of the country compared to others.  LinksINeedanA.comAbortion Fund Donation FinderRepro Legal HelplineMedical Students for Choice on FacebookMedical Students for Choice on TwitterNational Advocates for Pregnant WomenPolicing the Womb Personhood Documentary Take ActionFirstly, recognize your feelings. Acknowledge the negative impacts that the criminalization of abortion, but also, remember that we can and will organize for justice.  Reprioritize your energy, support, and money. If you can, donate to abortion funds on a regularly scheduled basis. You can find your local abortion fund donation finder here. Receive training on being an abortion clinic escort or become a driver. Attend a lobby day at your state capitol.Support the show

Dear Infertility: Finding Calm When Trying Is Trying

1 in 4 known pregnancies end in loss, but just because it's common doesn't make it any less painful. In this episode of "Dear Infertility," we take real questions from real fertility patients about all things related to miscarriage and offer the patient-centric advice and medical guidance you need to be your own advocate when trying becomes trying. To learn more about Rescripted and to join our free fertility support community, head to our website at Rescripted.com.

Reddit On Wiki
Reddit Readings | Man Is Happy That His SIL Had A Miscarriage!

Reddit On Wiki

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 50:43


What's up Wikimaniacs! In this episode we kick things off with an apology! Then John takes us all over Reddit with r/stories from Kevin where a boyfriend doesn't know how moisturizer works, an AITA story that will make you angry, a story from /trueoffmychest where a husband is sick of being a prop, and a truly evil person wants to break up with his wife for the worst reason imaginable.  After the break John tells us the story of the magical man named Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin, who is widely known as the Father of Modern Magic! Let us know your thoughts! Sponsors: Go to https://www.manscaped.com/ (MANSCAPED) and use code 'Reddit' for 20% off + free shipping worldwide! Become a Patreon for early ad-free episodes and tons of bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/cultiv8podcastnetwork (Patreon) Follow Us For Memes: https://twitter.com/redditonwiki (Twitter) https://www.instagram.com/redditonwiki/ (Instagram) https://www.tiktok.com/@redditonwikipod? (Tik Tok) https://discord.gg/bZYfHcaGFD (Discord) https://www.redditonwiki.com/ (Website) Email https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/sak1r/my_wife_has_breast_cancer_and_i_want_a_divorce/ (My wife has breast cancer and I want a divorce, but I'm afraid to tell her.) https://www.reddit.com/r/TrueOffMyChest/comments/uwod5s/i_left_my_wife_because_im_sick_of_everything/ (I left my wife because I'm sick of everything needing to match her “aesthetic”) https://www.reddit.com/r/AmITheDevil/comments/uf8tmq/holy_shit/ (AITA for being glad that my future SIL had a miscarriage before my wedding? By u/DartNob) https://www.reddit.com/r/StoriesAboutKevin/comments/tzb5f7/kevin_didnt_believe_body_lotion_isnt_spread_by/ (Kevin didn't believe body lotion isn't spread by your body automatically) https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/219w2o/whos_the_dumbest_person_youve_ever_met/cgbhkwp/ (Origin of Stories About Kevin) Copyright 2022 Cultiv8 Podcast Network https://www.captivate.fm/signup?ref=cultofpodcasts (This podcast is hosted by Captivate, try it yourself for free.)

After Class Podcast
5.23 - Abortion - Part 2

After Class Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 48:45


This week the guys continue talking about abortion by looking at how life is valued in Torah. First up a translational issue plays a major role and then should children die for the sins of the parents?

Mamas in Spirit
God is Always Working in Our Pain with Ann Koshute of Springs in the Desert

Mamas in Spirit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 47:10


Ann Koshute of Springs in the Desert shares her personal testimony of waiting to meet her husband until she was forty-two years old and then facing infertility together.  Looking back at her life Ann sees how God was always at work preparing her heart for the suffering she would face. Ann shares tender and vulnerable moments she and her husband experienced as they navigated infertility together. Ann encourages listeners to be completely honest with God and open to what He is doing in and through painful experiences--God is always forming and preparing us. "Springs in the Desert accompanies those struggling with infertility by offering a place of respite and solidarity where they can know God's love for them and discover His unique call to fruitfulness."

Live Your RAW Life
Episode #115 | Setting Intentions Not Expectations with Tiffany Riley

Live Your RAW Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 49:28


In this week's episode, Rachel is joined by Licensed Paramedic, Licensed Massage Therapist, and Board Certified Doctorate of Pastoral Medical Sciences Tiffany Riley. Tiffany's extensive background has allowed her to step into true alignment as one of the medical professionals on staff at Soul Quest in Orlando, FL. Tiffany shares how she became a holistic medical practitioner and how her journey connected her with Soul Quest and Mother Ayahuasca. She debunks some common myths about this healing plant medicine and other concerns that some people may feel when considering continuing their healing journey with this beautiful plant.She takes us through what her personal experience was like and how she was able to drop into and surrender through the journey that was shown to her. Tiffany also explains what her specific role is at Soul Quest along with the other work she does outside of that, being a holistic life coach and Mercier coach. You can connect with Tiffany through the following links:Website: https://www.yourkismetlife.com/Mercier Coaching Website: https://www.kismet.life/Soul Quest Retreats: https://www.ayahuascachurches.org/Badges and Breakthroughs: https://www.breakthroughsproject.org/Netflix Episode TrailerToday's Sponsors: Forij Granola: Start your day with mental focus and natural energy from whole food ingredients & anti-inflammatory functional mushrooms. Enjoy the handcrafted mouth-watering flavors that leverage spice for flavor rather than sugar. Feel the difference with 100% real ingredients & anti-inflammatory mushroom extracts that provide real energy & focus benefits. Eat guilt-free knowing this is the lowest sugar granola on the market. Visit forij.co and enter liveraw15 for 15% off.Rachel would love to hear what you enjoyed most about this conversation. Let her know through the following:IG: @liveyourrawlifeF: Live Your RAW Life Y: Live Your RAW LifeE: liveyourrawlife@gmail.comWeb: www.liveyourrawlife.comIf you'd like to support this podcast you can do so through:Patreon link:https://www.patreon.com/liveyourrawlifeIf something resonated with you from this week's episode please subscribe to the show and leave a review while you are there. Every time a review or rating is received it opens up the platform that allows the show to reach a wider range of listeners. Your support is greatly appreciated.

Vicious Cycle
97 - Resident Gyno Dr. Kate Wrote a Book!

Vicious Cycle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 80:33


We are once again blessed with the presence of Dr. Kate White, this time to ask her all about her first book, "Your Guide to Miscarriage & Pregnancy Loss." We talk about the impetus behind this book, who this book is for, and how cool it is that she is now a bonafide published author whose book is going to help a lot of people. We also take phone calls and discover a new segment we like to call "Fill Our Love Taint," which, of course, is where we discuss what's lifting us up these days. Throw on a heating pad and smash that play button. Links to Dr. Kate's books: Your Guide to Miscarriage & Pregnancy Loss https://www.drkatewhite.com/miscarriage-book/ Your Sexual Health https://www.drkatewhite.com/yoursexualhealth/

Sisters in Loss Podcast: Miscarriage, Pregnancy Loss, & Infertility Stories
257 - Miscarriage and Single Motherhood with Kourtney Mcgowan

Sisters in Loss Podcast: Miscarriage, Pregnancy Loss, & Infertility Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 36:28


Today's guest is a doula, student midwife, and single mother who has experienced racial disparities in the hospital that has affected her and her son.  Kourtney Mcgowan experienced a miscarriage after thinking she wouldn't be able to conceive anymore children due to her endometriosis diagnosis.  In today's episode she takes us back on her journey, the prejudice she faced, and how being a single mother is challenging, especially raising a Black son. 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 Instagram Sisters in Loss Facebook Sisters in Loss Twitter You can follow Erica on Social Erica's Website Erica's Instagram Erica's Facebook Erica's Twitter

Sarah's Laughter Infertility Podcast
165 - Scrambled Eggs & Pyromania (Chelsea Fountain)

Sarah's Laughter Infertility Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 65:15


Beth talks to Chelsea Fountain this week. “I have had so many ultrasounds that I just kind of automatically go into a doctors office and undress from the waist down. And that's gonna make my dentist appointment real awkward next time.” This is her story. For more about Sarah's Laughter, please visit our website at sarahs-laughter.com. You can follow us on social media linked here: Sarah's Laughter on Facebook & Instagram, and @sarahs_laughter on Twitter. Sarah's Laughter is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity. If you'd like to help support what we do, including this podcast, please visit sarahs-laughter.com/give. Thank you. Want to share your infertility story on this podcast? Email us at podcast@sarahs-laughter.com

Australian Birth Stories
309 | Cara, two vaginal births, missed miscarriage, ovulation testing, episiotomy, 3C vaginal tear

Australian Birth Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 49:25


In today's episode Cara shares her experience of a missed miscarriage followed by 11 months of trying to conceive. After blood tests revealed she ovulates on day 18 of her cycle (not day 14 as her fertility app suggested) she fell pregnant the following month. Following an epidural and episiotomy in her first labour, she experienced a 3C vaginal tear. She had significant fear and concern about birthing vaginally again but after much discussion with her midwives and proactive preparation techniques, she birthed a bigger baby with an episiotomy but no extended tearing. I know so many women want to hear stories like this because preparing for a vaginal birth after a third or fourth-degree tear definitely requires active preparation in pregnancy and both physical and mental support in labour. Bonds Baby Cover is a comprehensive ‘poo-licy' for new parents that compensates parents for the first-time parent experience with free Bonds babywear. There's cover for ‘natural disaster' we're talking grade 5 Poonamis here, ‘Vandalism'  – wilful texta damage to walls and clothing – and ‘Third Party for when ‘it' goes everywhere and on everyone. Even accidental-probably-on-purpose damage is covered. If my three boys are proof, little cuties can be massive liabilities. Parents simply sign up to make a claim and be compensated with Bonds Babywear. To be clear, that's free product, parentals! Join Bonds Baby Cover

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2851 - Miscarriage Patients Denied Medical Care via Abortion Bans & SCOTUS' Made Up Doctrines w/ Dr. Leah Torres & Richard Revesz

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 101:17


Sam and Emma host Dr. Leah Torres of the West Alabama Women's Center to discuss her recent piece in Slate "Doctors in Alabama Already Turn Away Miscarrying Patients. This Will Be America's New Normal." Then, Sam and Emma are joined by Richard Revesz, professor and Dean Emeritus at New York University School of Law, to discuss the EPA v. West Virginia case before the Supreme Court. Emma and Sam first dive into Biden's approval of another round of military support for Ukraine and the ever-changing story of the Uvalde police comes under more and more fire as their faulting of Robb Elementary teachers becomes another disproven factor. Dr. Torres then joins as she, Emma, and Sam unpack the soft power of the anti-abortion laws in Alabama, starting with her assuming the role of a “pariah” among her colleagues upon her migration from New Mexico as an abortion activist and provider. This immediately resulted in another colleague filing an unethical complaint against her, which the state responded to by launching a full-scale investigation into Dr. Leah Torres over “fraud,” with completely unrelated and baseless accusations over vague form responses. Next, Dr. Torres takes this idea of the state deciding what their records say and mean, and shifts into a more specific discussion of abortion access and care, particularly in a state where that care is criminalized, telling stories of her colleagues forced into fear denying treatment to 13-year-old rape victims and miscarriage patients over minuscule rules and regulations that they might not be able to disprove, before she wraps up the conversation by diving deeper into the countless ways the growing abortion rhetoric and legislation will lead to needless deaths. Then, Sam and Emma are joined by Professor Richard Revesz as they get right into the idea of the “major questions doctrine,” cousin of the non-delegation principle, and the role it plays in today's Supreme Court ideology. After covering how it will be used in the EPA v. West Virginia, Prof Revesz dives deeper into how this doctrine takes on the administrative state, requiring specific guidelines for any government agency (whereas the non-delegation principle rejects delegation outright), the role it played in SCOTUS decisions against the CDC and OSHA, and what it can tell us about the goals of this Court. They wrap up the interview by focusing on public opinion regarding the Court, specifically, before looking at the role the legal-academic institutions across the US play in providing legitimacy to the Court. The Free Half is wrapped up as Nomiki Konst joins to announce her candidacy for NY State Senate District 59, her goals for the most progressive district in a progressive state, and what it would look like to represent Long Island City, Astoria, and Stuy Town alongside Gramercy as a member of the New York State Senate. And in the Fun Half: Sam and Emma dive right into the bad faith and pseudo-philosophical debates around trans rights, with Sam reflecting on Sam Harris' philosophizing about torture, and the dishonest rhetoric around “silencing” while trans people are genuinely being assaulted worldwide, before the crew debates Central vs. Prospect Park and Sam spends some time listing things one can do in Prospect Park. Charles Booker's new campaign ad hits incredible emotional heights (particularly rare as he's a democrat) and isn't just him asking for money on a very windy hill (cough Amy McGrath cough), Tim Pool contradicts Tim Pool's statements on gun rights before bringing in Tim Pool's theories on civil war to add nuance to Tim Pool's counterarguments to civil war, and Sam and Emma dive behind the SCOTUS curtains and the apparent disrespect of Justice Roberts by the conservative leaker. They also look to the upcoming GA midterms, as Herschel Walker takes a step back from Donald Trump, plus, your IMs! Check out Leah's piece at Slate here: https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2022/05/roe-dobbs-abortion-ban-reproductive-medicine-alabama.html Donate to Nomi's State Senate campaign here! https://secure.actblue.com/donate/kon... 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