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Life is filled with the unexpected, both good and terrible. It’s a balance in life that we may not like but we must understand. One example of life going wrong is a stillbirth. Stillbirths happen and there’s little we can do to fix it after it has. One of the most important things is to make sure we’re coping after a stillbirth the right way. We depend on family and friends to help us in coping after a stillbirth. But we also must understand that we’re not the only ones who have gone through this situation. Others have been coping after a stillbirth before you and more will come after. It’s up to you how you deal with it but knowing that you’re not alone is a great place to start. The Best of Life Magazine shares the best of life with our readers but life happens to us as well, and sometimes, it’s not the best. We make the most out of it and want to help others as they begin coping after a stillbirth. If you have any questions or need someone to talk to, please contact us today at [email protected]

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