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Thank you for your lovely book, Empty Arms, which we were given before our baby was even delivered. -- Debbie Crippen, Bereaved Mother
This book was a tremendous inspiration to my patients. I feel you have done a great service to bereaved parents... -- Stephen Larson, M.D., Ob-Gyn
Sherokee Ilse has had many personal experiences with loss which motivated her to reach out to others to aid them in their grief work. She has suffered a miscarriage, full term stillbirth and an ectopic pregnancy along and has two living children. Sherokee helped create a national non-profit organization which she directed for ten years, authored many books including her most popular one, Empty Arms (over 250,000 in print) and has served as a bereavement support professional, a consultant, and international trainer for 18 years.
The book was in very good condition.
Although it is an excellent resource, it really needs to be at your fingertips when such a tragedy arrives. Read more
I was given this book by the nurse at the hospital shortly after delivering my full term daughter, who was stillborn Christmas Eve in 1989. Read morePublished on Dec 19 2002
I lost a son 9 years ago and now friends of mine have lost twins. I received a few books after my loss but this is the book that helped me the most and now I am ordering the book... Read morePublished on May 2 2001 by Kimberly Anderson
I read this book about 5 weeks after my daughter was stillborn on 2/12/01 at 39 weeks. It was very technical and dealt with the decisions that need to be made in the hospital or... Read morePublished on March 28 2001
I was given this book when I lost my son. I read this book over and over again. It really allowed me to share my feelings concerning his death by knowing I wasn't alone. Read morePublished on Nov. 21 2000
This book was helpful in understanding medical terms and stillbirth. It seemed to lack in emotional depth, but it was still good.Published on Feb. 24 2000
This book has it all. It covers real emotions from someone that's "been there." It helped me to understand and accept my own feelings. Read morePublished on Nov. 9 1999 by ANGIE STORZ (email@example.com)