Episode 9: Jason’s Story: Miscarriage Part 2

Jason opens up about his side of the story when his wife experienced the loss of their child during her first pregnancy. In this episode, he talks about how they each found out about the loss, how he coped, and how he supported Michelle through that time. He provides an honest account of how he processed the tragic event and what he has learned in spite of the lingering unknowns of why it happened.

This is part 2 of a 2 part series.

Jason’s wife, Michelle, has already shared her experience in part 1.

If your wife has experienced a miscarriage and you guys have not told anyone about it please find someone you trust and tell them. If possible, find someone who has experienced this for themselves and lean into the support that only they can provide.

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Update: As of today, Jason and Michelle are expecting their third child! Praise God!

Episode 8: Michelle’s Story: Miscarriage Part 1

Michelle boldly shares her story of when she and her husband experienced the loss of a child during her first pregnancy. In this episode, she talks about what happened and how everything unfolded. She provides insight on what was helpful and what was not so helpful during her time of grief.

This is part 1 of a 2 part series.

Michelle’s husband, Jason, will share his experience in part 2. Stay tuned.

If you have experienced a miscarriage and you have not told anyone about it please find someone you trust and tell them. If possible, find someone who has experienced this for themselves and lean into the support that only they can provide.

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Episode 7: Takeshia’s Story: Bell’s Palsy

Takeshia opens up about her experience with a rare condition called Idiopathic Facial Paralysis otherwise known as Bell’s palsy. In this episode, she talks about the treatment that has worked well for her and what the process has been like over time.

Please note that the information shared here is not intended to be medical advise. Always seek counsel from your medical professional if you are experiencing similar symptoms. Bell’s palsy requires a medical diagnosis.

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