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Stillbirth, yet still born : grieving and honoring your precious baby

Author: Deborah L Davis
Publisher: Golden, CO : Fulcrum Publishing, [2014]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"When your baby dies before birth, you experience an extraordinary grief. You never get to hear your baby's voice nor see life in your baby's eyes. Still, your baby lived. Your baby came into this world. Your baby's existence is important and real. This small book offers tailored information and support for parents experiencing the early hours, days, and weeks that follow the death and birth of their beloved baby.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Deborah L Davis
ISBN: 9781938486333 1938486331
OCLC Number: 878224861
Description: 110 pages ; 17 cm
Responsibility: Deborah L. Davis.

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"When your baby dies before birth, you experience an extraordinary grief. You never get to hear your baby's voice nor see life in your baby's eyes. Still, your baby lived. Your baby came into this world. Your baby's existence is important and real. This small book offers tailored information and support for parents experiencing the early hours, days, and weeks that follow the death and birth of their beloved baby. Stillbirth is always a devastating shock, a heartbreaking collision of birth and death that leaves parents helpless. In this accessible book, you will find comfort and ideas for affirming and honoring your precious baby's life. Deborah L. Davis, PhD, is a developmental psychologist who writes books that support parents through perinatal crisis, including the death of a baby (Empty Cradle, Broken Heart; Stillbirth Yet Still Born), premature birth (Parenting Your Premature Baby and Child), parenting in the NICU (Intensive Parenting), making decisions about end-of-life care (Loving and Letting Go and When Courage Lies in Letting Go), and perinatal hospice (A Gift of Time). Over the past twenty years, parents have found comfort, hope, and healing in her books. Davis has also written professional articles, position statements, and book chapters on medical ethics, perinatal bereavement care, and NICU parenting, and she advocates for training and supporting the health care practitioners who work with these families. She is forever inspired by the resilience parents demonstrate and the transformation that takes place after surviving trauma. She also writes a blog for Psychology Today online."--

"This small book offers tailored information and support to accompany parents through the early hours, days, and weeks that follow the death and birth of their beloved baby. It also offers strategies for enduring labor and delivery, and compassionate suggestions for spending time with the little one. Parents will find ideas for affirming and honoring their precious baby's life"--

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