Our facilitators, volunteers, and members strive to create a community of support, compassion, validation, and emotional safety. The death of a child is an unimaginable experience that comes with many complex emotions. We provide bereaved families with an automatic connection to others who have walked in these shoes because no one should feel alone in traveling through their grief journey.
If only my baby could talk instead of cry I would know what she wants,” said Janet, a new mother of a fussy baby. “Your baby can talk,” we advised. “The key is for you to learn how to listen. When you learn the special language of your baby’s cry, you will be able to respond sensitively. Here are some listening tips that will help you discover what your baby is trying to say when he cries.