Here’s Why Grieving Parents are Coming Together Online to Defend Chrissy Teigen’s Pregnancy Loss Photos

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Early this morning, October 1st, Chrissy Teigen posted to Instagram to inform her followers that she and husband John Legend sadly lost their unborn son, whom they had begun calling Jack. In her post, Teigen included five gut-wrenching photographs from the night they lost Jack, which has caused some controversy among people who are questioning whether the star should have posted intimate photos from such a personal trauma. However, many people who have been through the same grief Teigen and Legend say yes, and are now opening up about their own losses.

“On this darkest of days, we will grieve, we will cry our eyes out,” Teigen wrote in the caption of her Instagram upload. “But we will hug and love each other harder and get through it.”

October is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month, a time of the year to raise awareness about stillbirth, miscarriage, SIDS,

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Global Reach for Grieving Families and Friends

Typically, the only way distant family, friends and anyone else who cares can say goodbye to a loved one is by making a phone call, sending a card or flowers or passing along condolences and sympathy. Well, not anymore. Now, thanks to the latest webcasting technologies, anyone from around the world can be there to experience the entire service from the comfort of their home.

Hiring a live-streaming service provider is the easiest way to broadcast a memorial service. Today, a home computer, iPad, Android tablet or a smartphone can deliver high-quality HD video, allowing content to be created without expensive video equipment. Cloud streaming services were designed to accommodate anyone who’s unable to attend a funeral or special event due to poor health, distance, cost or work.

Most service providers create a personalized, secure website for private viewing and send your guests an evite (email) that includes a link … Read More