Losing Emily: A Journey Through Stillbirth To Finding Peace And Embracing New Hope
By: Tammy Anderson
A powerful and moving must read story based on the author's own heartfelt, painful journey of surviving the stillbirth of her daughter Emily at 37.5 weeks of pregnancy. Losing Emily reaches out to help grieving parents as they embark on their journey of healing by offering words of comfort and peace, a much needed connection to someone who has been there and understands the struggle and true depth of the unimaginable pain of losing a baby. Whether your loss be from a miscarriage, stillbirth or early infant death; there is no greater heartbreak than losing your much loved and wanted child. Through Emily's tragic death, her legacy lives on by sharing a message of new hope to help bereaved parents as they move through the difficult process of healing while finding new strength and courage to carry on without your child.
By: Darlene B. Viggiano, Ph.D. (MFT)
Pregnancy loss deals largely with grief over what was expected rather than offering memories of a life fully lived. It therefore requires a different processing of emotions, though the emotions themselves may be similar to those for other forms of bereavement.
The Group - Seven Widowed Fathers Reimagine Life
By: Donald L. Rosenstein & Justin M. Yopp
The Group: Seven Widowed Fathers Reimagine Life chronicles the challenges and triumphs of seven men whose wives died from cancer and were left to raise their young children entirely on their own.
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