Empty Cradle, Broken Heart : Surviving the Death of Your Baby. (eBook, 2016) [WorldCat.org]
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Empty Cradle, Broken Heart : Surviving the Death of Your Baby.

Empty Cradle, Broken Heart : Surviving the Death of Your Baby.

Author: Deborah Davis
Publisher: Golden : Fulcrum Publishing, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Davis, Deborah.
Empty Cradle, Broken Heart : Surviving the Death of Your Baby.
Golden : Fulcrum Publishing, ©2016
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Deborah Davis
ISBN: 9781682751022 1682751023 9781682751046 168275104X
OCLC Number: 964408589
Description: 1 online resource (449 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Title Page; Half Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Please Read This First; Chapter One; Why Is This So Hard?; The "D" Word; A Violation of Expectations; The Depth of Your Grief; A Traumatic Bereavement; A New Era; Points to Remember; Chapter Two; Grief and Mourning; What Are Grief and Mourning?; Understanding Grieving; Understanding Mourning; Multiple Birth and Multiple Realities; Common Feelings of Grief; The Bittersweet Path of Healing; Surviving Grief; Points to Remember; Chapter Three; How Your Brain Is Affected; Brain Anatomy; Your Brain on This Journey. Traumatic Bereavement and Brain DisconnectPoints to Remember; Chapter Four; Mindfulness-Based Coping Strategies; Simple Mindfulness Practices; A Sampling of Mindfulness Strategies; Advice Bereaved Parents Would Have Given to Themselves; Points to Remember; Chapter Five; The Early Days and Months; Concerns about Postpartum Recovery; Common Concerns about Emotional Recovery; Points to Remember; Chapter Six; Affirming Your Baby; Memories; Remembering Your Baby; Rituals; Points to Remember; Chapter Seven; Painful Feelings; Failure; Anger; Guilt; Vulnerability; Points to Remember; Chapter Eight. The Journey of HealingHow Long Will It Take?; How Do I Acquire a Sense of Healing?; Making Sense of Tragedy; Spirituality and Religion; Anniversaries and Other Reminders; Keys to Survival; Points to Remember; Chapter Nine; Making Peace with Agonizing Decisions; Decisions Parents Face; Wrestling with Decisions Made; Living with the Decision; Points to Remember; Chapter Ten; Especially for Fathers; Myths about Men's Grief; Invisible Grief; Claiming Your Grief; Understanding Your Blend of Grieving; Points to Remember; Chapter Eleven; You and Your Partner; Nurturing Your Relationship. Accepting Your DifferencesCan Our Relationship Survive?; Parents without Partners; Points to Remember; Chapter Twelve; Your Family; Your Baby's Grandparents; Other Relatives; Your Other Children; Points to Remember; Chapter Thirteen; Support Networks; Friends; Internet and Social Media; Parent Support Groups; Counseling; Health Care Practitioners; Points to Remember; Chapter Fourteen; Trying Again; Should We Try Again?; When Should We Try Again?; Can We Get Pregnant?; Considering Adoption; Prenatal Care for Subsequent Pregnancy; Points to Remember; Chapter Fifteen; Subsequent Pregnancy. Feeling VulnerableHigh Anxiety; Support Groups; Points to Remember; Chapter Sixteen; Bonding, Birth, and Beyond; Bonding During Pregnancy; The Birth; Parenting Subsequent Children; When Another Baby Dies; Points to Remember; Chapter Seventeen; Living in Remembrance; Your Healing Transformation; Acceptance, Peace, and Gratitude; Integrating Your Baby into Your Life; Remembering, in Celebration of Life; Song for an Empty Cradle; Index; About the Author.


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