Up to one in five pregnancies ends in miscarriage, yet for many, the loss of a pregnancy is isolating and lonely. A still birth can also be extremely traumatic, and many women have a difficult time coping or knowing how to deal with their feelings. While books on these topics can be difficult reading, they can also shed some light on what happens when a miscarriage or still birth occurs, and can help with the grieving process. We're continuing to look for books on the subject of miscarriage and baby loss, so if you have any suggestions, please let us know. Click on the cover images or book titles to read their reviews.
Life After Baby Loss, by Nicola Miller-Clendon (Random House, $29.99)