Jessica Zucker

author and psychologist

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Psychologist Jessica Zucker counsels people struggling with pregnancies, people who’ve lost children, and those overwhelmed with anxiety about the process.

Why miscarriages have been taboo, and why women blame themselves for the loss

Psychologist Jessica Zucker counsels people struggling with pregnancies, people who’ve lost children, and those overwhelmed with anxiety about the process.

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