Combining her own personal experience with extensive research, Maureen Rank offers guidance to the grieving and help in looking toward the future.
The author, herself the survivor of four miscarriages, believes that healing can begin when these basic principles are recognized:
Grief is justifiable.
Grief is necessary.
Grief is individual.
Grief will some day end.
Along with the sorrow of miscarriage and stillbirth come the inevitable questions: "Why did this happen?" "Can the problem be remedied?" and "Should we try again?" Avoiding cold, purely medical technicalities, this book faces these questions squarely and explores options for treatment and emotional healing.
Written from a Christian perspective and including the latest in medical technology, this book is an important resource for pastors and counselors.
Comfort, Encouragement, and Sound Advice for Those Who have Suffered the Losses of MISCARRIAGE & STILLBIRTH