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Death & Grief
  • Author:
    Schroedel Jenny
  • ISBN:
    1557255857
  • ISBN13:
    978-1557255853
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Paraclete Press; 1 edition (March 1, 2009)
  • Pages:
    168 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Death & Grief
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1114 kb
  • ePUB format
    1168 kb
  • DJVU format
    1973 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    693
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Naming the Child" is a beautiful book, and beautifully written.

This is her fifth book. She lives in Hawaii with her husband John, an Orthodox priest, and their two daughters. Naming the Child" is a beautiful book, and beautifully written. The stories in the book are heart-breaking, it's true, but they also demonstrate how hope and life can arise from even the most terrible of events. Ms Schroedel discusses the wide range of emotions and experiences that grieving parents may face, including at least a couple surprises, such as "intuition" and "signs.

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For those who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, or the death of a child within the first year, this resource offers an intimate glimpse into the hope, heartbreak, and unexpected grace that comes from facing the unthinkable.

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Naming the Child: Hope Filled Reflections on Miscarriage, Stillbirth and Infant Death - eBook (9781612613000) by Jenny Schroedel. Naming the Child offers stories of hope and wisdom from the experiences of many parents who've been where you are. You're not alone in your grief. This resource will also help you find ways to honor and remember your child, as you find comfort from the stories of others. This is her fifth book.

Naming the Child creates a community of love and support for bereaving .

Naming the Child creates a community of love and support for bereaving parents and siblings, written with a light touch a.Learning to Care for those who Grieve By jane The tears I shed while reading this book were tears of hope and learning. Through friends, or through

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For those who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, or the death of a child . Naming the Child offer. Online family Christian book store.

For those who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, or the death of a child within the first year, healing can come slowly. You're here Christian Books Index Naming the Child: Hope Filled Reflections on Miscarriage, Stillbirth and Infant Death - eBook.

Hope and healing for those who suddenly find themselves in the most terrible sort of grief For those who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, or the death of a child within the first year, this gentle resource offers:

Mora
I wish this book was longer! Having experienced recent newborn loss, this book was great to read. This book validated my grieving, all my thoughts and emotions. Losing a child at any stage is so hard and can make you feel so alone, but this book has opened my eyes that I’m not by myself and I will get through this.
Mogelv
This book is really beautiful and really helpful for anyone grieving after a miscarriage or the death of a child. It would make a nice gift.
Voodoozragore
I liked it as it did offer some hope and reflection during a very difficult time.
I was disappointed in that it seemed to move toward and spend more time focusing on families who had had children born alive and then die shortly after birth, than those who had experienced miscarriage or stillbirth.
Blackseeker
This is a loving look at the effect of pregnancy loss on parents. It is full of insight from those who have experienced it and great suggestions for health care providers and those who want to be supportive in a time of such loss. Read it!
Twentyfirstfinger
This book is beautifully written and valuable for any parents dealing with the death of an infant. It is written from a Christian perspective and handles this delicate topic very gently. A must-read for anyone working with grieving parents.
Todal
As someone who lost an infant, this book was helpful and meaningful. I have given it to others who have lost babies.
Agrainel
I can't recommend this book strongly enough. I've had two miscarriages in the past 8 months--one at 8 weeks, and one at 19 weeks--and "Naming the Child" was a tremendous source of comfort during both. It offers many excellent suggestions and resources for parents, especially mothers, to find healthy, concrete ways to express their grief. It gives parents the opportunity to remember their children who have died, while moving forward with a hope that is informed by realism, acceptance and remembrance.

The only thing I wish had been included, would be some discussion of the ways that mothers and fathers may grieve differently when a baby dies through early-term miscarriage--that in many cases, fathers do not feel the same sense of loss because they don't have the physical connection that the mother did, and do not grasp it in a concrete way when there is no body for them to hold and make it real for them. But this isn't enough of an omission for me to take away any stars, as I feel the rest of the book compensates for that omission in so many ways.
The tears I shed while reading this book were tears of hope and learning. Through friends, or through my own experiences I've struggled through every event listed in the subtitle, and while this book takes you into those difficult places, the help it gives is well worth the time and tears.

Naming the Child is beautifully, powerfully written. Ms Shroedel finds just the right tempo, the right tone to convey peace to a subject that is filled with unrest and grief. I feel much better prepared to help a friend who miscarries or loses a young child, and believe that for someone struggling through a period of sadness, this book, with its numerous stories of those who have walked the same path, would be a timely instrument of help...