Friday, March 09, 2007

Remembering Our Angels: Personal Stories of Healing from a Pregnancy Loss

I am pleased to share with you that I have recently published my second book, Remembering Our Angels: Personal Stories of Healing from a Pregnancy Loss.

Remembering Our Angels is guaranteed to be as valuable a resource for grieving parents and their support system as my first book, Forever Our Angels. Remembering Our Angels is an anthology in which grieving parents share their experiences of pregnancy loss (including molar pregnancy, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy loss, stillbirth), as well as what they did to memorialize their angels in the aftermath of their loss. Whether it is planting a tree, holding a memorial service or joining a pregnancy loss support group, these men and women opened up and shared their pain in an effort to help other grieving parents.

I also included a chapter called "A Doctor's Note," in which several renowned obstetricians and psychiatrists shared their recommendations and insight as to how they approach a pregnancy loss. Remembering Our Angels includes essays from pregnancy loss awareness activists, grief counselors and founders of national and internationally renowned pregnancy loss support groups.

Remembering Our Angels is a book that belongs in every obstetrical office to be handed out to patients diagnosed with pregnancy loss. It is also a resource that can be offered in pregnancy loss support groups and on the obstetrical unit of every hospital for hand-outs. Forever Our Angels proved to be a success with hospitals and support groups worldwide and I am confidant that Remembering Our Angels will be equally, if not more, successful.

No one knows the devastation and heartache of losing a baby more than a father or mother. Grieving parents often do not know where to turn and what to do with their grief in the aftermath of a pregnancy loss. In "Remembering Our Angels," Hannah Stone has collected essays and stories from pregnancy loss awareness activists, doctors, grief counselors and grieving parents in the hope of offering a resource to parents in mourning.

Remembering Our Angels: Personal Stories of Healing from a Pregnancy Loss is now available through at It will be available on and in the coming weeks.

Hannah Stone
Author of "Forever Our Angels" -- An anthology of first-person stories of pregnancy loss

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