The pain from a miscarriage is a pain that affects only the future parents. Others might try to be supportive, and they are likely to say things like: “It wasn’t meant to be.” “You’ll have another one soon.” “God wanted it that way.”
Even though they mean well, the inevitable pain that comes from miscarriage remains. The parents’ feelings of loss are feelings that cannot be brushed away. A mother who has just lost a little piece of her heart is inconsolable, and only those who have gone through the same experience can understand her pain.
A mother who has just lost a little piece of her heart is inconsolable, and only those who have gone through the same experience can understand her pain.
That is why some women around the world who miscarried, chose a particular tattoo as a memorial to their unborn child.
You have probably noticed a tattoo that has one black, bold, curved line with two hearts between the curves – but you haven’t gotten around to the meaning behind it. The tattoo is a silhouette of a pregnant mother and the child living in her womb.
The line represents the special relationship that a mother has with her child. And the two hearts represent the connection of the mother’s heart with her baby’s heart.
This unique tattoo serves as a communal way for all mothers to get a broader perspective and connect with all other moms out there who share the same experience.
Joan Bremer is a mother who went through this painful experience. She shares her story in the video you can watch below. And please, take a moment to share it with someone whose life is touched by this subject.
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