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Word Childless Week 2020

Posted By Stephanie Phillips and SK Reid,
08/09/2020 20:00 PM
  Supporting the Childless Community   Now in its fourth year, the World Childless Week gives voice to the millions of men and women globally who find themselves to be childless not by...

Introducing PLICA Ambassador Crystal Webster

Posted By Crystal Webster,
30/08/2020 20:00 PM
Introducing Crystal Webster   PLICA is thrilled to have four incredible women as Ambassadors to champion the cause of those who grieve perinatal loss and involuntary childlessness. Each of these...

Beyond Trauma - Guest Blog Interview with Rhonda Britten

Posted By SK Reid and Rhonda Britten,
11/07/2020 17:50 PM
        "We can use our stories to either keep us down or lift us up.” Rhonda Britten   Rhonda Britten –Emmy Award-winner, Repeat Oprah guest, Master...

Awareness Ribbons for the Childless Community: Introduction

Posted By Brandi Lytle PLICA Ambassador ,
29/06/2020 01:20 AM
Written By: Brandi Lytle, of Not So Mommy… SENSITIVE POST WITH POSSIBLE TRIGGERS:  Remembering my Grandad who had Alzheimer's, discussion of various awareness ribbons, and more... I am an...

Meet Our Ambassadors - Brandi Lytle

Posted By PLICA,
31/05/2020 18:00 PM
PLICA is thrilled to have four incredible women as Ambassadors to champion the cause of those who grieve perinatal loss and involuntary childlessness. Each of these women bring to their Ambassadorial...

The Trauma of Infertility

Posted By SK Reid & Chiemi Rajamahendran,
11/05/2020 00:40 AM
      Mother's Day 2020 On Mother's Day 2020, it is pertinent to reflect on the fact that for many women, Mother's Day is a really difficult  - either because they mourn the...

We Never Get Over It

Posted By SK Reid & Karen Ludski,
27/04/2020 13:00 PM
  Did You Know 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage every year, and an estimated 3000 babies die in Australia every year to stillbirth, and sudden and unexpected infant death, with similar...

The Birth of PLICA

Posted By SK Reid,
23/04/2020 21:00 PM
  Stripped naked below the waist, I am lying on the doctor’s bench, legs spread beneath the crisp white sheet, unceremoniously poked and prodded by the doctor with an ultrasound wand. It is...