1 IN 4 PREGNANCIES ENDS IN LOSS
Sharing our stories is the first step to making change. We've shared, will you?
There are so many shared physiological experiences that happen to our bodies that we simply don’t talk about. Women especially are left to face these critical experiences without:
- The right expectations, understanding and context
- The support of our institutions
- And our community having baseline information to enable being sensitive and supportive.
Tovah Haim, Founder of Bodily
No One Should Be Blindsided
Tovah created Bodily because we don't talk about common experiences in women’s bodies. Pregnancy loss is one of these things — and that's why this initiative matters so much whether you experienced it or not.
Brooklyn Decker, Actor, Activist, Bodily Investor
The Experience Is So Shared
Hear about Brooklyn's experience with postpartum recovery and why she believes it's so important that we share our experiences with pregnancy, pregnancy loss, childbirth, postpartum and beyond.
Domino Kirke-Badgley, Founder of Carriage House Birth
Our Bodies Need Time
Domino opens up about her story of pregnancy loss and the impacts she didn't expect to give raw insight into her experience with two miscarriages.
Chanel Porchia-Albert, Founder of Ancient Song Doula Services
Our Bodies Are Normal
Chanel shares her experience as a mother of six and what realistic expectations of postpartum, womanhood, and parenthood should be.
Dr. Shieva Ghofrany, MD, OBGYN, Founder of A Tribe Called V
The Journey Is Circuitous
Dr. Ghofrany talks about her six miscarriages, three children, and setting realistic expectations for the path to parenthood.
Johanna Cranitch, Musician, Composer
How Was I Supposed To Know?
Johanna reflects on her experience with pregnancy loss and how the isolation and lack of resources affected her relationships.