One in four pregnancies end in miscarriage, a traumatic experience for any woman, especially because she typically feels alone.
Having experienced four successive miscarriages between 1993 and 1995, Jane Clamp knows only too well the issues facing the woman who has had a pregnancy loss. Over the years, she has drawn alongside women going through its trauma and they have found her support invaluable.
The purpose of this book is to inform, encourage, and support all women who have experienced pregnancy loss, enabling them to find the strength they need to move forward. These thirty reflections are written compassionately and personally, and each piece is followed by a meditation and space for personal reflection. The book ends with a liturgy for a lost child.