Sunshine After the Storm A Survival Guide for the Grieving Mother

Sunshine After the Storm A Survival Guide for the Grieving Mother A compelling read from start to finish this supportive guide to navigating pregnancy and infant loss will arm you with life changing tools that will help you feel part of a dynamic community The comp

  • Title: Sunshine After the Storm A Survival Guide for the Grieving Mother
  • Author: Alexa Bigwarfe Amy Hillis Anna Whiston-Donaldson AnnMarie Gubenko Christina Sporer Dana Weinstein Heather Webb Jennie Goutet
  • ISBN: 9780989934701
  • Page: 377
  • Format: ebook
  • A compelling read from start to finish, this supportive guide to navigating pregnancy and infant loss will arm you with life changing tools that will help you feel part of a dynamic community The complexities of pregnancy and infant loss are explored by survivors themselves rendering this must read book a first hand personal narrative that invites people to feel less alonA compelling read from start to finish, this supportive guide to navigating pregnancy and infant loss will arm you with life changing tools that will help you feel part of a dynamic community The complexities of pregnancy and infant loss are explored by survivors themselves rendering this must read book a first hand personal narrative that invites people to feel less alone in the aftermath of such devastating experiences Grief knows no timeline and this thoughtful book does an exceptional job of explicating ways that society could sensitively embody this concept by normalizing the spectrum of mourning Profound losses create seismic changes in self image, relationships, and overall identity Many women blame themselves for their reproductive hardships and harbor monumental shame as a result Contributors delve into crevices of their minds and hearts and courageously express the complexities of their processes journeys that should be shared and not silenced, providing enlivening inspiration and raw accounts of how life perspectives are invariably altered in the wake of loss This accessible guide provides valuable tips and resources for grieving families which serve as a grounding way to acknowledge the pain, ease the grief, and explore pockets of hope.

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      Published :2018-04-07T14:11:53+00:00

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    1. Sunshine After the Storm was picked off of my list, or should I say unexpectedly added to my reading to review list, because of the loss I have just recently went through. I've given birth to a stillborn and I've been reading about this subject matter since. I saw this book while surfing through looking for another grief book. This book is filled with personal stories of loss with a touch of inspiration. Although I find that most of the subject matter is on miscarriages or multiple losses, I th [...]

    2. Sunshine after the storm is not the typical book I would read. I am not a mother and I never had a miscarriage. I downloaded my copy to support a fellow blogger who I have been following for years who is contributor to the book. I honestly thought that I would skim the beginning of the book and then just search for her entry. That is NOT what happened.I was hooked from the first page and read the book cover to cover in one sitting. I was completely touched by the honesty and emotion that was sha [...]

    3. A collection of writings from moms who have experienced miscarriage or stillbirth. There are also writings from other moms who have experienced child loss too. But even if you aren't a member of this "Invisible Circle" you will learn about how to be around those who have. Well worth the read for everyone.

    4. Wonderful resource for grieving parents and those who support them.Merged review:The only of it's kind. A compilation of grieving mothers (and fathers) share their experiences and tips for surviving after the loss of a pregnancy, infant, or child.

    5. An amazing guidebook for the grieving mother. Full of nothing but love and support and women who understand, this book is one of a kind.

    6. Sunshine After The Storm is an amazing and special read for anyone who has lost a child, no matter when - pregnancy, infancy, or beyond. It is a strong reminder that the grief we feel is normal, that while the pain won't go away it does change and we can learn to find and accept happiness again, and that we will do it only in our own time. My heart goes out to any woman who also knows this pain. You are not alone. ❤️

    7. Great readthis book took me a while to pick up. I didn't want to read about others losses for a long time. it was a healing read for me. I needed to hear these stories. if for no other reason than to show me what an amazing support system I have. I was blessed to have people understand and not minimize my loss. Linda and Ashlynn are waiting for me in heaven. I truly believe that.

    8. An amazing book full of stories of grief, loss, tragedy and ultimately, in the end, HOPE - shared by those who've lived through the worst pain imaginable - the death of their child.

    9. A collection of stories of grieving mothers on the loss of their children, through miscarriage and stillbirth. Beautiful and touching.

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