These Miscarriage Cards Are Beautiful and Needed To Be Sent To Anyone Who Has Suffered A Pregnancy Loss


It is really hard to talk about pregnancy loss, I personally even if I know someone is pregnant never ask anything unless they offer information. There really is no “right” thing to say. But once we do know and have the news of a loved one’s miscarriage or stillbirth, the only wrong thing to do is nothing.

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Clinical psychologist Jessica Zucker, PhD has launched a line of CARDS FOR PREGNANCY LOSS  meant to fill the void. Dr.  Zucker is a psychologist who specialized in women's reproductive and maternal mental health.  Dr. Zucker experienced  it herself with a 16-week miscarriage. She shared it on Twitter with a powerful #IHadAMiscarriage hashtag campaign.

She wrote on her website, this is meant to be "honoring the subsequent feelings and puncturing the cultural silence."

The nine beautiful and touching $5 cards also include ones for those pregnant after having suffered a loss and for those who lost a child in delivery or gave birth to a stillborn baby.

Will you purchase a card for a friend or family member in the future?


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  1. I suffered two miscarriages, one at 14 weeks and one at 8. While it is true that those around us don’t always say the things we want/need to hear to comfort us, personally I would be insulted to receive cards such as these. The words “beautiful” and “touching” do not adequately describe cards that contain such profanities. And I am no prude when it comes to words … I just think that there is a time and a place for that kind of language, and a card meant to provide comfort would not be that place for me.

  2. I have had two miscarriages at 10 weeks and 6 weeks and I think these cards are wonderful. My exact feelings on the subject. I had my OB say almost everything on the #FUCKLOSS card. People have no idea what to say. These would have made me feel like at least they could gain some insight into the WRONG things to say.

  3. I agree with Carrie above. These made me uncomfortable to read and my first thought was “ugh!” I thought they were lowbrow, tacky and offense. I would definitely be offended if I received something this rude. Yuk!

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