Yesterday, Lisa Belkin of the New York Times' parenting blog Motherlode wrote a piece on depression after miscarriage.

I'm so glad she did, because this is such an important topic. Not only can women be depressed or suffer from anxiety after a miscarriage, but they may also suffer from postpartum depression down the road if they have another child.

I have written about this in the past, and about the specific resources available for women who suffer from depression after miscarriage. My readers, like the Bentleys, have taught me that it really helps to have resources geared directly for women who have been through a miscarriage or stillbirth. As they told me, it can be hard to sit in a group for women who have postpartum depression when those women have a baby and you don't because you lost yours. Since the Motherlode piece didn't offer them, I wanted to make sure you had a chance to see them here, so click on the link that starts this paragraph.