At one level Karen Holford tells a gripping, bitter-sweet story of her search for meaning in the traumatic events that happened to her. At another level, she demonstrates how the grief syndrome works itself out in exceptional circumstances. At a third level, she provides practical guidance for parents who experience the loss of a child through miscarriage, stillbirth, or death in infancy.
Title: The Loneliest Grief
Author: Karen Holford
First Edition: 1994
Publisher: Autumn House Publications (Europe) Ltd.
Chapters: 12 Pages: 96