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Stillbirth Awareness Articles

The tragedy of stillbirth is effecting over 2,000 families every year in Australia. Often these families are left feeling alone and isolated, unable to talk openly about their baby.

This needs to change!

Still Aware believes that by talking openly and honestly about stillbirth, we can lift the taboo surrounding the subject and help encourage families to talk about their experience in hopes it will be support others. We also strongly believe that by sharing our knowledge and experiences of stillbirth, we can help prevent this tragedy for other families.

Please visit some articles below which share personal stories of stillbirth.

'What I wish I'd been told when our baby was stillborn' - Claire Haiek

'He looked like he was sleeping': The heartache of being a father to a stillborn baby - Sabrina Barr

Confronting the Sorrow and Silence of Stillbirth - Mireya Navarro

A Mother's Heartbreak: Lifting the Taboo on Stillbirth - Huffington Post