Remembering Our Angels: Personal Stories of Healing from a Pregnancy Loss
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No one knows the devastation and heartache of losing a baby more than a father or mother. Grieving parents often do not know where to turn and what to do with their grief in the aftermath of a pregnancy loss. In "Remembering Our Angels," Hannah Stone has collected essays and stories from pregnancy loss awareness activists, doctors, grief counselors and grieving parents in the hope of offering a resource to parents in mourning.
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Aug 2, 2007""Remembering Our Angels" feels like a journey to me" Both [of Hannah Stone's] books were beautifully written and I felt that Hannah Stone had progressed after Forever our Angels, to finding a much better way of writing about each stage of pregnancy loss; grief and the healing process with her second book Remembering our Angels. Both books are honest and simply written and will have a big impact upon the reader from whatever walk of life. Forever our Angels gives the reader a chance to read of others’ experience of pregnancy loss, showing just how common it is and letting us know we are not alone. It is well written and easy to take your time over. Remembering our Angels is written in much more depth and I think that this would be much more useful for healing and managing grief. I would recommend this book of the two purely because it covers so much unspoken ground for every aspect of pregnancy loss. Both books are very touching and the way they are set out makes... More > them very easy to read and understand. Both have introductions from medical staff – one doctor in Forever our Angels to many more in Remembering our Angels. I enjoyed reading the views of the professionals in the first chapter and felt comforted that it is now realised that validating the loss of all babies at whatever stage in pregnancy they are lost, is so important in the healing process. Remembering our Angels felt like more of a journey for me; going through each stage of pregnancy loss and reading of how others coped with the experience and the grief. I felt that the point of this book is that they are still having to cope often without adequate support which is needed so much after losing a baby in pregnancy. There are many good ideas of how to cope after pregnancy loss and many have had very positive experiences from being part of a group or organisation, both personally and in helping others. Both books give the message that this should not be a silent grief. As a volunteer for The Miscarriage Association, I found both extremely useful. They motivated me to appreciate that support for men, women and families experiencing this hidden grief was paramount, helping me to help them. I feel that the author was very brave to touch on a subject so hidden and ignored in so many ways and I do think that many others will gain strength by reading the stories of loss and survival. It is important to understand that pregnancy loss is a part of our lives and to grow from it. Lisa Taylor-Dowle The Miscarriage Association July 07< Less
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- Standard Copyright License
- Hannah Stone
- March 9, 2007
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 0.6 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 6 wide x 9 tall
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