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Unspeakable Losses: Healing from Miscarriage, Abortion, and Other Pregnancy Loss Paperback – 12 Oct 2000
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"This self-help manual is an indispensable resource for expectant women and the men close to them who have suffered emotionally from infertility, failed pregnancy, or abortion."--"Publishers Weekly"
"Kim Kluger-Bell insists on being heard, and needs to be read, not just by those struggling with the particular losses or reaction they describe, but by all of us concerned about the direction of our culture and the life of our souls."--"Boston Sunday Globe"
About the Author
Kim Kluger-Bell is a psychotherapist and marriage and family therapist in private practice in Berkeley, California. She specializes in helping individuals and couples heal from such reproductive crises as infertility, pregnancy loss, and abortion. She lives in Albany, California, with her husband and son.
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However unlikely it seems that it will help, it really helped us to read about others, and how they dealt with their losses.
The book covers abortion/termination, miscarriage, and later pregnancy losses amongst other things.
I would recommend this for not only the individuals that are suffering the loss, but their family and friends too as it may enable everyone to understand more about the feelings being experienced.
An excellent book that I would recommend to anyone working to support clients through pregnancy loss, or that are trying to make sense of their emotions having gone through those kind of loss(es) themselves.
I am training as a miscarriage and baby loss counsellor and I will be recommending this book to clients, if they are looking for something that comforts them without religion or lots of medical jargon. However, I will read the most recent edition first, especially to see if the IVF failure section has been extended. As the brevity of the IVF failure section in this edition, is the only reason why I have not given the book 5 stars.
I wish I had found this book when I was going through my own miscarriages, I believe it would have brought me a great deal of comfort and I would have known that all of my feelings were perfectly normal, rather than suffering alone with them.
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