Invisible Mothers gives voice to the experience of love and loss for mothers whose babies have died during pregnancy or infancy. It chronicles of the journey of mothers without any living children who must learn to continue living while grieving.
This book opens a window for readers to glimpse the painful isolation and challenges of mothering a child no longer physically present and reveals the deep mother love that survives long after the tiny bodies of their babies fade away. Their arms are empty, but their hearts are filled with a love that does not die.
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You Are Not Alone is a simple book of love written for you, a grieving loss mom, from other loss moms who have also heard those life-altering, soul-shattering words, “I’m sorry there is no heartbeat” or “I’m sorry, your baby is gone.” In the pages of this book, we share letters of love from our hearts to yours with the hope that, maybe, in the darkest, loneliest hours of grief, you will find a little bit of comfort in the words of another mother who has been where you are now.
Our deepest desire is for you to know that you are not alone. We are with you. Although we desperately wish we didn’t have a reason to, we lovingly welcome you to our community of sister-mothers of loss. Let us wrap you in love and be a light in the darkness of grief.
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From Father to Father is a simple book of letters written for you, a grieving loss dad, from other loss dads who are living and surviving after the death of their precious child. In the pages of this book, fathers from around the world share letters of love from their hearts to yours with the hope that, maybe, in the darkest, loneliest hours of grief, you will find a little bit of comfort in the words of another father who has been where you are now.
Too often a father’s grief and experience of loss is overshadowed or unacknowledged after the death of their children. This book offers acknowledgement and gives voice to the experience of fathers grieving their children. The fathers speaking through these pages offer support and recognition to let you know that you are not alone. They are here with you.
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Beyond the loss of our precious babies, the person looking back at us in the mirror is a stranger. Life as we knew it no longer makes sense. It feels broken and confusing. The motherhood we expected, the one we planned for and joyfully anticipated has vanished, leaving behind empty arms and wounded hearts.
Who are we after our babies die?
What does it mean to be a mother without our babies to hold?
How do we make sense of the life when our babies have died?
The Life Without the Baby Journal guides us through questions and rituals designed and practiced to help grieving mothers navigate the strange, unfamiliar, and broken world of life after loss. Journaling exercises encourage mothers to grieve not just the loss of their babies, but also themselves, their expected motherhood, and the life they had planned. Rituals and thoughtful questions help open space to redefine and get to know the woman and mother they are now in the life they are living after loss.
Life will never be the same. We will always miss our babies.
Life can, however, be good again. This journal can help.
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“Truly exceptional. I wish I could put a copy in every invisible mother’s hand.” ~RaeAnne Frederickson, founder of All That Love Can Do and co-founder of Still Mothers.
“This book is amazing. Loving, truth telling, supportive, and pushing it’s readers to expand their heart space.” ~Sybil Smith, psychotherapist
“Thank you for putting a voice to all of us “invisible mothers!” Seeing my babies’ names in the book made them “real” and “alive” for the first time in so very many years.”
“I never thought I’d meet another mother like me, without living children. I am so grateful and thankful to you for writing this book.”
“I cried when I saw my baby’s name written by your hand. He was real and this book gave voice to all I wished I could say.”
“I know your book will help so many moms. As I read it, I needed in agreement with every word. I wish it existed after Noah died! It is definitely the book I had wanted and needed to read at that time in my life. It spot on speaks to the unique experience of living childless after loss. I’m so glad you were brave enough to write it. Now so many moms will feel less alone.” ~ Angela Miller, author of The Mother of All Mothers.
“Thank you for writing this incredible book, for breaking the silence and having our mother hearts be heard. It was an honor to have you ask me to write a letter to my sweet Sofie and now to see it in print brought tears and joy to my heart.”
“Proud Mommy right now. If I could hug you right now I would. Thank you for doing this for millions of Mommies with healing hearts.”
“Thank you so, so much for your words, for writing this for me and all the mothers who hold their children only in their hearts.” ~ Lisa Sissons, co-founder of Still Mothers
“Thank you for giving us this outlet to help break the silence as well as making our Mother Hearts known! It was truly an honor to be interviewed for this book.”
Other books currently available for download on Amazon:
“Sensitive Conversations: Talking with Kids about Grief, Death, & School Violence”
“The Happy Poet: Dancing with Life, Love, and a Little Happiness.”
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