Number of pages: 132
After Miscarriage: A Catholic Woman’s Companion to Healing and Hope is a book about grief, healing, and hope after miscarriage. Not afraid to examine the raw emotions that accompany such an experience, the author tells women that they are not alone in reacting strongly, even frighteningly, to their loss and reassures them that hope and healing will come. Having experienced multiple miscarriages herself, Karen shares excerpts from her personal journals, as well as other women’s stories, rich quotes about grieving and the healing process, and practical advice.
A helpful resource section includes a wide variety of information from both Catholic and secular sources.
Karen Edmisten is the author of The Rosary: Keeping Company with Jesus and Mary and Through the Year with Mary: 365 Reflections, both published by Servant Books. A popular blogger and a regular guest on Relevant Radio, she is also a contributor to Atheist to Catholic: Stories of Conversion. She lives in Norfolk, Nebraska.