It feels as though your entire world has been turned upside down in an instant. In the space of one life shattering moment, you went from planning for your baby's future to planning for her funeral. You feel a sense of disbelief and confusion. How did this possibly happen? You may feel anger or guilt. Why my baby? Why didn't I go to the doctor sooner? Clichés and platitudes swirl around you- I'm so sorry for your loss. God had a plan. You're in my thoughts.-and all that you can think is that your sweet baby is not a "loss" and no words or thoughts will ever make this better. No one can understand just how deeply you ache for your child. The longing for your baby will always exist, but as you let yourself heal, you will become stronger to carry it. Let yourself weep and let yourself process the grief that you are feeling. Consider trying some of the strategies below for dealing with your grief head-on. It will be difficult, but it will help you rebuild and live your life in a way that honors hers.