Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month: Katie Gagnon shares her story

One in four pregnancies end in miscarriages, but unless it's happened to you or someone you love, you may not know about it. Many families suffer in silence.

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month.

Katie Gagnon recently wrote about the loss of her second child in Philly Voice, in an article titled, "There are several types of miscarriage, but none are talked about enough." After sharing her story, Katie says she was surprised by how many people reached out and shared their own similar experiences.

Thursday morning, Katie stopped by Good Day Philadelphia to discuss the importance of sharing her story and her experience with others, and what it meant to her personal healing.

Katie was joined by Denise Paul, a Prenatal Loss Grief Specialist who runs a monthly support meeting and has even written a book on the topic.

If you or someone you know would like more support, you can visit Denise's website, or Unite Inc.