Forever Our Angels

Forever Our Angels

by Hannah Stone


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No one knows the devastation and heartache of losing a baby more than a father or mother but rarely is it discussed. The parents are told to move on with their lives and forge ahead but the pain is always there. "Forever Our Angels" is a collection of personal stories told by the men and women who were dealt the blow of miscarriage.

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ISBN-13: 9781411670730
Publication date: 03/28/2006
Pages: 103
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.25(d)

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Forever Our Angels 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Forever Our Angels by Hannah Stone is a collection of heart-felt and heart-wrenching stories from men and women alike that have all suffered child loss. Whether it be from miscarriage or still birth, each loss is unexplainably hard to deal with. I personally don¿t think it can ever be just dealt with. That child will always hold a special place in your heart and there will be days when you remember something about that day and hurt all over again. Each story explains how the person felt when they found out they were expecting, how they started to feel when something was not quite right, and the denial and guilt when they were told the horrible news. ¿ I¿m sorry, there is no heartbeat, your baby is dead.¿ Crushing all hopes for some that it was not meant to be, and then for others that keep their hopes up of still conceiving in the future. Miscarriage is more common than most think. 1 in 4 women suffer miscarriage early on that saying about making it past the 12th week is not always true. The women in this book lost the children at different times throughout the pregnancy some had to have D&C¿s when it was still early enough and then others were faced with birthing their dead child. I am one of the one in four women that have had a miscarriage and I know personally how hard it is once you¿ve lost the little life growing inside of you that you yearn to snuggle with one day. I had the support of my husband and family, but they could not really console me because it was me that had lost the child. I wish I had found this book right after my miscarriage, I believe it would have helped ease the pain knowing that others have experienced the same kind of loss. Hannah Stone is also the author of Remembering Our Angels, another book on personal stores of healing from pregnancy loss. Ms. Stone¿s novella was heart warming and can bring a sense of peace to the reader that may have experienced this kind of overwhelming pain. If you are in need of coping or needing to hear other stories to see that you¿re not alone, then please pick up Forever Our Angels. It will help. 5 Hearts
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book ¿Forever Our Angels¿ takes a very honest look into the lives of men and women that are affected by the loss of a pregnancy. Some of the people who shared their stories have suffered multiple losses such as the author herself. This was an incredible collection of stories of anger, hope, bravery and even despair. The message excellently conveyed was ¿ Not to take anything for granted. What was also amazing that in situations like miscarriage ,their weren¿t many outlets for parents to express how and what they are really feeling and in ¿Forever Our Angels¿ did an outstanding job of filling an obvious void that was missing for parents going through the same thing. The book is filled with personal short stories of men and women and the author did an outstanding job of bringing each story to life that you too felt the same emotion these parents did. There was an incredible introduction by a physician who too had experienced the ache of the losing a child. I laughed and I cried. This was an on the whole a great book and a necessary read for parents who have suffered a loss of a child. No one could even possibly know all the pain and heartache from the loss of a child more than the parents of such tragedy, this novel delivered the much needed outlet that offered that shoulder to lean on but more significantly that someone was thinking of the parents, and in this case it was author Hannah Stone.