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Our Missing Peace is here to help ALL who have been affected by the death of a child. Whether miscarriage, still birth, neonatal, accidental, teenager or an adult. Your child will always be your baby, no matter how old they are.
Just remember...You are not alone!
Here at Our Missing Peace we are campaigning to break the silence surrounding child loss. We have created a badge to help all that have been touched by the death of a child. It is a way of showing the world that we are not ashamed of our loss and it’s OK to talk about them.
Our other main goal is to try to make finding support easier. We are doing this by working alongside charities to build up a database that includes a full spectrum of child loss specialism. You can find a charity that can help by browsing our Support Directory page or by sending us a message via the Contact us page.
What is a Vilomah?
A wife who loses a husband is called a widow.
A husband who loses a wife is called a widower.
A child who loses his parents is called an orphan.
There is no word for a parent who loses a child.
That’s how awful the loss is.
– Jay Neugeboren – An Orphan’s Tale – 1976
Vilomah means “Against the natural order”. The grey-haired should never bury those with dark hair.
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On Wednesday 4th September 2019, Our Missing Peace attended ‘Child Bereavement: Breaking the Silence’ hosted by the wonderful Mary Fee MSP. Hosted in the Garden