Sharing Our Stories

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Knowing that we are not alone as we embark on the painful journey of pregnancy and infant loss can be very comforting and healing.  Sharing our experiences is very important.  Thank you so much for sharing about your journey here at stillbirthday.


Sharing More Privately

We always look for the best ways to allow you a safe platform for sharing your birth stories and experiences, honoring your personal desire of publicity or privacy.  Right now, you can share your story in a more private way by using this form page, sending a message to our facebook page, or emailing (stories and/or photos)


Sharing More Publicly

Right now we have two ways you can share in a more public capacity: our birth stories forum right here on stillbirthday, or in our sharing group on facebook.  From within the sharing group, the conversation will be more open as we all can chat about photo sizing, length of postings, and things like that.



For sharing of a more advertising nature, please use our outreach page.

 Share Your Story

To share a photo

You can visit our facebook page and share as a private message to the page, post to the wall, or, you can email to


See what others have shared here at stillbirthday:

Visit our library for these categories and more!


Find out why some stories are password protected and what the password is here.


We at stillbirthday recognize that grief is not linear and that in bereavement, we may experience many, many various feelings.  Please, take your time and look around here at our many resources, from before, during or after the birth of your baby.  Please, utilize our emergency crisis resources if you ever feel tempted to harm yourself or others.  We also have an invitation if your experience includes being bullied, as grieving online is a unique issue that we at stillbirthday take very seriously.  If you have any questions regarding submissions and/or comments that can be made at stillbirthday, please learn about your sharing rights and responsibilities.





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