Episode from the podcastSisters in Loss Podcast: Miscarriage, Pregnancy Loss, & Infertility Stories

Ep155 - Twin Loss to Triumph and Don't Struggle in Silence with Ashley Pittman

Released Wednesday, 24th June 2020
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Imagine experiencing loss of twins at 7 months and then 5 other miscarriages to have your rainbow baby? Today's guest is the connector of a new book collaboration with Angel Moms called "Don't Struggle in Silence - I am a Victor" out now.

In this episode Ashley Pittman shares her story and journey of twin loss and miscarriage and how it empowered her to be an advocate for angel moms, families, and relationships. She connected 5 other ladies as collaborators for her new book where they each share their story of not struggling in silence. Ashley shares her vision behind this new book project and how each of the collaborators stories play a pivotal role in showing they are victorious after loss. You will also here in this episode stories from Dadriaunna Hayes, Dartesha Davis, and Janell Jones.
This episode is for your to listen to if you felt like you have struggled in silence on your journey and for you to be inspired from these ladies stories and book collaboration.

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