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If you can please share the group details. Not many people in Glasgow realise that there is support groups you can go to following babyloss. I was lucky to find this amazing group. I remember being so nervous the first night I was going along but as soon as I stepped in the door I knew it was the right thing for me. I don’t remember speaking much on my first night but that’s ok some people come along and only listen. It’s a safe place just to be with other people who understand. It’s not just for mums we have also had dads come along. Grandparents, aunts, uncles anyone who has been affected by loss is more than welcome. Over the last 4 years I’ve met so many wonderfully strong amazing people who I know will always be part of my life. Everyone has been at different stages, some recent loses, some coming to terms that it might not happen for them, secondary infertility, ready to try again. Whatever place your in the door is always open. For obvious reasons once I fell pregnant with Ailith I came away from attending group but everyone was always still there for me. I went back around a year ago to start to help others but unfortunately my own mental health wasn’t ready so after a couple of months I stepped away again. However having taken time out I’m hopeful that I’ll be in the head space to go back and support others again. The lady Mana who runs it is one of the most amazing ladies and has been doing so for a very long time! Even now retired she still drives to the other side of Glasgow to provide the support! Mana you really are truly amazing! We all love you very much! @miscarriageassociation #miscarriageassociation #miscarriageawareness #blaw2019 #mentalhealthawareness #breakingthetaboo #letstalk #babyloss #babylossawarenessweek #glasgowmiscarriagegroup #glasgowsupportgroup #glasgowbabyloss #glasgowmums #glasgowparents #everybabymatters #earlypregnancy