"For parents who have lost a child, this book is for you and your friends and family members. We know the loss of a child is unique, and we also know it's an unnatural occurrence for all parents. It is often said that parents should never have to experience the death of their child."This book compiles the emotions and experiences that many parents have gone through in losing a child, including dealing with the stages of grief, overcoming the guilt and "what if's," support for surviving children, and ways to remember and honor your child's life. Via nawicpnw.org "Songs and smells will bring you back to a moment in time more than anything else. It's amazing how much can be conjured with a few notes of a song or a solitary whiff of a room. A song you didn't even pay attention to at the time, a place that you didn't even know had a particular smell." -Emily Giffin Via lillyblack82888.wordpress.com "There isn't a right or wrong way to grieve; everyone does it in his or her own way. There also isn't a timeline when grieving stops. The pain and grief never fully go away; they just lessen over time and you learn to live with them. Accept the help that is offered, such as arrangements for the service, food, babysitting, and so on. You need to have some time to take care of yourself, especially if you have other children. Helping them work through their grief is necessary but may delay you working on yours, so take a little time. It's OK to do that." -Brenda Kingsley, mother of Hannah Marie Kingsley (2004-2009) Via mariashriver.com "Trials squeeze the artificial out of us, and raw emotions can leave us feeling vulnerable because our bare souls are there for all to see. We question what we believe and what our lives mean. But often, by working through adversity, we come to more clearly define life. Throughout history, people have tried to come to terms with the subject of death. You are experiencing feelings that have been felt by grieving parents since the beginning of time....Borrow from us or seek to find your own source of strength." You are not alone Via hdwallpaperup.com "Wherever you are on your journey, Finding Life after Losing One will help you reclaim your sense of purpose and feel the love of those who understand what you're going through." Pick up your copy today.