The Daily Beast article – Stillbirth and YouTube

4 Nov

daily_beast_logoThis morning, our story is featured in a Daily Beast article about parents of stillborn children and the growing trend to grieve publicly through the use of online media, like tribute videos and blogs.

It was clear from the start of my conversation with journalist Brandy Zadrozny that she had a heart toward presenting the matter well and sensitively and I’m grateful to have been part of a penetrating article, executed beautifully.

You can read the story here.


Thanks to Ms. Zadrozny and all of the grieving parents featured in the piece.


3 Responses to “The Daily Beast article – Stillbirth and YouTube”

  1. Sharon Bear November 4, 2013 at 3:37 pm #

    Again, touched to the core.  Poignantly, sadly yet full of admiration for your bravery.  God bless.  Aunt Sharon

  2. Becky November 4, 2013 at 6:28 pm #

    A thoughtful article. I’m filled with pride and grief and stand amazed at the grace and beauty that bring to life. I love you both so much. My heart breaks for both of you and grieves the loss of 3 precious little Bear boys.


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