Pregnancy loss: how to find the right words to talk about it

Jeannette Littlemore, Kate Rumbold, Sarah Turner

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Abstract

Pregnancy loss can be an isolating experience for women and their families. The grief experienced may be intense, but the feelings of the bereaved may not be recognised – even by close friends and relatives – because pregnancy loss is not widely discussed.
Original languageEnglish
TypeArticle for The Conversation
Media of outputThe Conversation
PublisherThe Conversation UK
Publication statusPublished - 15 Aug 2018

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Pregnancy
Grief
Emotions

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Littlemore, J., Rumbold, K., & Turner, S. (2018, Aug 15). Pregnancy loss: how to find the right words to talk about it. The Conversation UK.

Pregnancy loss : how to find the right words to talk about it. / Littlemore, Jeannette; Rumbold, Kate; Turner, Sarah.

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Research output: Other contribution

Littlemore, J, Rumbold, K & Turner, S 2018, Pregnancy loss: how to find the right words to talk about it. The Conversation UK.
Littlemore, Jeannette ; Rumbold, Kate ; Turner, Sarah. / Pregnancy loss : how to find the right words to talk about it. 2018. The Conversation UK.
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