If you follow me on social media or if you’re in my private Facebook group, you probably know by now that in December 2017, I had a pregnancy end early.
My late mother’s birthday was on December 1, and that day I woke up inspired to start my second book (of which the publisher has the first 4000 words and the proposal now). The next day, Saturday, my body began the process of ending my seventh pregnancy. I stayed in bed for a week, and what happened during that time was heartbreaking and magical. I’m still in the midst of release—not at all close to a time of reflection—but I have stories to tell about the lessons I’ve learned along the way, so far.
This video was shot almost two weeks after the miscarriage began, time marked by both tremendous grief and growth, and because it’s what I do, I wanted to share the experience with you in the hope that it might help you through a similarly difficult loss or transition.
I made a 20-minute video for my Facebook community and uploaded it to YouTube so it can reach more people. Watch it below, and please feel encouraged to share it if you know someone it might help.
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Rebekah “Bex” Borucki, founder of BexLife.com and the Blissed In® wellness movement, is a mother-of-five, TV host, meditation guide, author, speaker, birth doula, fitness and yoga instructor, and popular social media personality. Her first book, You Have 4 Minutes to Change Your Life (Hay House 2017), is available now, wherever books are sold.
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