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Grieving Reproductive Loss: The Healing Process (Death, Value, and Meaning)
Kathleen Gray (Editor), Anne Lassance (Editor), David A. Lipschitz

Chaplain, I ripped every cross off the wall, threw my Bible away, stomped on all of my family photos (except for Gram, the one who always understood. I am here to tell you there is no God, no fairness, no justice. I just had my sixth miscarriage. Why won't God give me a baby?" We witness child abuse, incest, poor parenting, and then come along good people who want to be parents, want to share in that love, and they continue to feel deprived of that opportunity (and right).

This book speaks powerfully of the suffering long known by adults seeking the world of the parent, but often ignored, minimized or discarded by the world and the professionals who provide care. This book will serve well.

"One in four pregnancies ends in miscarriage; stillbirth, one in eighty pregnancies. As many as one out of six couples experience problems of infertility." This book brings "The Healing Process Model" to the discussion of these losses.

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