Queensland Family and Fertility Support

Narelle Dickinson, Clinical and Health Psychologist

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day

October 14, 2016


fertility, grief, Parenting

Today is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day.  The International Wave of Light invites participants from around the world to light a candle in honour of the babies who don’t survive pregnancy or early infancy.

The Wave Begins today at 7pm (October 15) in your respective time zone, and the intention is to leave a candle burning for at least an hour.  The result is a continuous chain of light spanning the globe for a 24 hour period in honour and remembrance of the children who have passed during pregnancy or shortly after birth.

You can obtain more information about the Wave of Light at  Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day – October 15th


One response to “Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day”

  1. […] Despite the frequency that miscarriage occurs (around 1/4 pregnancies) many women still feel very alone in the time after they have miscarried a baby.  Friends and family often really don’t understand and partners are unsure of how they can help. This very raw story of one woman’s miscarriage provides an insight into the experience and helps us gain a sense of how to help during this difficult time of grief and loss. https://thespinoff.co.nz/parenting/28-04-2017/unpregnant-the-story-of-my-miscarriage/ […]

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