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Navigating Through Perinatal Bereavement: Understanding and Healing

The journey through perinatal bereavement is one of profound sorrow and complexity. The experiences of losing a newborn, enduring a miscarriage, facing an unexpected cesarean, navigating premature labor, or grappling with post-partum depression represent deep wounds that go beyond physical healing. These events, along with other forms of womb-related trauma, can cast long shadows over the lives of those affected, often endured in silence.

It's a disservice to view such profound experiences as mere facts of life, unavoidable and unremarkable. The societal expectation for women to endure and move on without adequate support or acknowledgment does more harm than good. This approach can trap pain within the very core of our being, hindering personal growth, creativity, and overall well-being.

The call to action is clear: It's time to break free from the cycle of silent suffering and allow the healing process to begin. Our wombs are not only centers of creation but also of powerful transformation. Addressing and healing womb trauma is crucial for moving forward and unlocking our fullest potential. If you or someone you know is navigating the painful aftermath of such experiences, know that you are not alone.

Denise brings her expertise as a certified perinatal bereavement specialist and MSW social worker to support individuals and families on their journey toward healing. With a compassionate approach, she empowers those she works with to find a path through grief that honors their experiences and fosters healing. For more information on how Denise can support your healing journey, please reach out through the contact section of this website.


Denise Bolds, Bold Doula

Hi, I'm Denise

I'm Bold Doula, a passionate birth doula who advocates for empowering birth experiences. If you're looking for support or guidance on your journey to parenthood, please reach out. I'd love to help you navigate this transformative time with confidence and care!

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