Through her own experience with miscarriage as well as through the voices of other parents who have suffered the devastation of their baby's death, psychologist Hannah Lothrop guides parents through the experience of bereavement, from shock and disbelief to renewal and growth. This warm, insightful book also provides specific information for caregivers: hospital staff, clergy, relatives, or counselors. Thoughtful questions throughout help readers assess their emotions and identify their needs, and an extensive list of resources provides additional sources of support.Über den Autor:
The late psychologist Hannah Lothrop lost a baby during pregnancy in 1984. She subsequently became a mother of two, a childbirth educator, grief counselor, and lecturer.
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