A Broken Heart Still Beats: After Your Child Dies
Anne McCracken, Mary Semel
Hazelden, 1998 - Self-Help - 295 pages
A remarkable collection of poetry, fiction, and essays compiled by a journalist and a social worker, both of whom have lost a child, "A Broken Heart Still Beats" get to the heart of this hardest of trials. Raymond Carver, Edna St. Vincent Millay, william Shakespeare, Jill Ker Conway, Judith Guest, Dominick Dunne, Anne Morrow Linbergh, and Albert Camus are among the writers whose works explore the shock, the grief, and the search for meaning that come with the death of a child. Seasoned with wisdom and experience, their words offer rare comfort and insight to thoses who need it most.
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Jon Barton, from the Virginia Council of Churches, recommended this book highly. It is an anthology of journals, pieces of novels, poetry, etc., of people who have lost children through a variety of ... Read full review
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