Myth Busting Grief and Taking Ownership of Your Healing

Grief can be one of the heaviest experiences, and it is often experienced as a myriad of emotions. In my experience of working with people who are navigating grief, I have discovered that they often are not well-equipped to cope with grief, through no fault of their own. Grief is a subject that is frequently…

National Infertility Awareness Week

National Infertility Awareness Week will be observed from April 23-29th, 2023. This week seeks to bring awareness to an extremely common yet all too often overlooked experience. No person feels prepared to confront infertility and the grief, anxiety, and fear that may follow the infertility diagnosis. At Wildflower, we are committed to helping you navigate…

Making Your Grief Your Own

Source: Photo by whoislimos on Unsplash¬† Grief can feel like such a weighty word and heavy concept. Simultaneously, living through a time in which we have all lost so much, grief can also feel like an impossibly small word that cannot begin to describe how we feel about the experiences we have suffered. Burnout, isolation,…

Pregnancy and Infant Loss: Navigating the Journey as a Couple

The impact of loss, whether it be through miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss, is immense. This grieving process can often feel lonely both for you as an individual and for you and your partner as a couple. Differences in how you process the experience individually within your relationship have the potential to exacerbate these feelings…

Virtual Infertility Support Group Starting August 2020

No person feels prepared to confront infertility and the grief, isolation, and fear that may follow the diagnosis. COVID-19 created unprecedented disruptions in daily living and medical care, including fertility treatment. You may have felt even more uncertain and hopeless. You are not alone. We are excited to announce the launch of our virtual Infertility…