A Silent Sorrow: Pregnancy Loss : Guidance and Support for You and Your Family

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Random House Incorporated, Dec 1, 1992 - Family & Relationships - 464 pages
A Silent Sorrow has long been considered the "bible" for families seeking emotional and practical support after a pregnancy loss. Well organized, easily accessible, and filled with practical suggestions for each topic it covers, A Silent Sorrowis a positive first step for bereaved parents and their families, providing support and guidance to help resolve thegrief and enable them to look to the future with hope.

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The shock of becoming parents without a baby to love is compounded by uncertainty over the cause and lack of rituals for mourning when a pregnancy ends too soon. To help parents obtain the medical and ... Read full review


When an Unborn or Newborn Baby Dies
The Mothers Experience
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Kohn was a founder of the Pregnancy Loss Support Program of the National Council of Jewish Women in New York City. She is currently Clinical Director of Jewish Family Service of San Diego.

Wilkins is Director of the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.

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