Product DescriptionAlmost nothing in life is harder that experiencing the death of a child. Elaine Stillwell, the author of The Death of a Child lost two of her children in a freak car accident. She says "Facing the unbearable journey of bereaved parent, little did I know how much there was for me to learn about grieving". The Death of a Child is a journal which contains her reflections as she walked this heartbreaking walk and the some of the things she learned which helped her move on after the death of her children. Offered as encouragement and with great sympathy Death of a Child looks at things like Creating a "New Normal", Riding the Roller Coaster of Grief, Struggling with Special Issues, Cherishing the Seasons and Singing Their Songs among others. Some pages scattered throughout the book have emphasized inserts which gives further insights to what is happening like "We can find healing in our rage, because acknowledging our anger is the first step toward positive change". Nothing can dispel the deep and tragic sorrow of losing a child, but The Death of a Child lets the reader go through the experience along with someone who knows pretty much how they feel and the heartbreak they are going through.
The Death of a Child Elaine E. Stillwell Paperback 159Pgs