What to Say to a Friend Who's Had a Miscarriage

Take the Taboo Out Of Talking About Miscarriage

Take the Taboo Out Of Talking About Miscarriage

Whether you've experienced a miscarriage of your own or had a friend struggle with losing a baby, you know what a difficult and emotional time it is. Knowing what to say and how to react with sensitivity and compassion is an incredible skill to have as a friend. We chatted with Robbie Miller Kaplan, author of How to Say It When You Don't Know What to Say: The Right Words For Difficult Times — Miscarriage to discuss the dos and don'ts of how to react during this challenging time.

Keep in mind that a miscarriage is a death like any other, and the best thing you can do is be a source of patience and compassion for the parents who have gone through the loss. While you can't bring back what was taken from them, you can be a supportive presence on the path to healing.

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