Where Do Angels Go?: Baby Keepsake In Memorium

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What does one say when an infant dies? How do you give comfort to your friend, family member or client?

Where Do Angels Go? Is short on words, but filled with space, space to reflect and work through the stages of grief, providing a way to fill the empty arms and empty hours, empowering self-help to self-healing.

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Overview

What does one say when an infant dies? How do you give comfort to your friend, family member or client?

Where Do Angels Go? Is short on words, but filled with space, space to reflect and work through the stages of grief, providing a way to fill the empty arms and empty hours, empowering self-help to self-healing.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595289158
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/19/2003
  • Edition number: 0
  • Pages: 59
  • Product dimensions: 6.08 (w) x 8.96 (h) x 0.16 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2003

    An Outstanding Book

    This book by Melissa Slaughter-Swingler is about self confidence and self improvment when going through the lost of a child. The author of this book not only hit the strong points when going through the lost of these 'Angels', but personal experiences as well. I strongly reccomend this book to anyone who has experienced the lost of a little someone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2003

    A very important book

    Families treat the tragedy of a stillborn baby in different ways. All to often it becomes a repressed memory or perhaps a forbidden topic of conversation within the family. It seems that Melissa Slaughter-Swingler encourages women to deal with this event in a much more healthy way. She offers many heartfelt suggestions and provides space for the reader to record her own unique experience. But yet, Slaughter-Swingler wisely teaches us that the grieving process is somewhat different from one of a relative that we have known for a long time. In this case, our grieving woman has the added confusion of not having seen the baby move, cry, and breath. Her book will be a comfort to those women and a constant companion to help them cope with this intense pain.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2003

    Sensitive, understanding and realistic

    I was truly touched by this personal account, which manifested itself as a guide to others experiencing a similar loss more than fifteen years after the loss Ms. Swingler's daughter, Angel. This book cannot only aid the mom or dad who has experienced full-term tradgedy, but comfort the woman who has known the disappointment and pain of miscarrying a child in the early phases of pregancy. A concise, yet reflective account inviting others to share their grief in the written word through the journal entries, will certainly prove to be cathartic and freeing.

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