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Love insists our hope
Hidden in winter’s façade.
A child. An image.
A memory. A promise.
We shall unveil its wonder;
…The gift of tomorrow,
And why we love, today.Ó

When a child dies before or after birth, parents experience the “the saddest of sadness, often bearing profound grief, unremitting guilt and a sense of hopelessness that endures despite efforts by friends, family, counselors and physicians. For all birth orders, but most pronounced for those having first children, the parent’s loss is accompanied by a very real and haunting fear that they will be childless and without a natural family. Despite the best intentions and compassion by their Doctors, statistics and examples, they mourn, absent of hope.
In this remarkable book, Amy Abbey has bonded the ephemeral hopelessness and forsaken dreams of parents` lost children with inherent passions and determinations central to all humankind. With example after example, all the authors have shone light on the darkness of despairing families. Here, hope surfaces from the depths of lifeless dreams. The reader becomes transported and transformed, renewed and refreshed. The words and stories and thoughts which follow emanate our pleas of why we must allow hope to be imperishable and “why we love”, prevail.
Michael R. Berman, M.D.
Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences
Yale University School of Medicine
Founder and President
Hygeia Foundation, Inc. and Institute for Perinatal Loss & Bereavement

Façade Ó Copyright Michael R. Berman, M.D. Reprinted by permission of the author


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