04/05/2022 Alex Evans Hypnotherapist

The aftermath of miscarriage.

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Miscarriage is something seldom talked about but happens in 1 in about 3 pregnancies. Losing a child through miscarriage is an incredibly awe full and difficult thing to process for both parents. The excitement of expecting a child is suddenly shattered and often replaced by feelings of remorse, guilt and anger. The next time you try again for a child some of that fear will still remain in the background throughout the next pregnancy and unfortunately that’s part of life after experiencing a traumatic experience. You can’t just forget these thing because they happened.

Most people, with the help and support of family and friends move through the experience but some can’t! Some are left with PTSD, anger, depression and a multiple range of anxiety disorders. Talking through it, trying to put it in perspective and moving on doesn’t seem to help and those feelings won’t go away.

Maybe you are a mother going through this and can’t seem to get past it or you’ve been avoiding dealing with it? Or maybe you are the partner who felt they had to be the brave one through the experience but still can’t process the loss? Partners are often the ones suffering in silence, trying to cope with their own disappointments and their partners pain.

Some of this inner turmoil can be relieved subconsciously using hypnotherapy. Hypnosis allows you to work directly with the emotional part of the mind that’s traumatised and has difficulty trying to process these type of events. It can enable you to process the event, to forgive yourself or others involved and let go of any residue of guilt or anger that you may still feel at the feeling level.

If you would like any more information about hypnotherapy or my approach you can contact me by calling me on 07899886882 or via my contact page.