How to Help Someone after a Miscarriage

My book ‘How to Help Someone after a Miscarriage – a practical guide to supporting someone after a miscarriage, molar or ectopic pregnancy’ is out now, published by Welbeck.

Please buy, share, review and help it get into the hands of those who need it and the people they love.

What a brilliant and much needed book. It will help so many people. All healthcare staff working in early pregnancy should be encouraged to read it – what we say and how we talk to patients can have a big impact and this book can help.

Dr Claire Winton

Here are some places where you can buy.


WH Smith

Clare highlights the wide range of feelings and reactions during and after pregnancy loss, the different impact that each experience can have on each individual and the diverse needs of those affected. Just as important, she acknowledges the difficulty of those who want to offer help, but aren’t sure how to, or when. She makes it easier for them to understand and empathise, and offers practical suggestions with knowledge and also with humility… This is what makes for such a special book, for which many many people will be grateful.

Ruth Bender Atik, National Director, The Miscarriage Association

Such a beautiful, thoughtful and caring read.

Dr Annie Egginton

A wonderful guide for wise suggestions and education.

Julia Bueno – psychotherapist and counsellor specialising in supporting lost parenthood

Really proud to have contributed my experience to this much needed book on miscarriage published last week. It’s a thoughtful, kind and practical guide to the kinds of support that really make a difference. Thank you to Clare for handling our stories so sensitively.

Martha Hampson

The Recovery Letters

I am also proud to have contributed to The Recovery Letters – a book of letters addressed to those with depression. Blog post here.