Pregnancy Loss: Surviving Miscarriage and Stillbirth
One in every four women will experience miscarriage or stillbirth. When a pregnancy fails, grieving parents often wonder why no one mentioned it could happen.
The experience of pregnancy loss and the desire for answers
What experts know about causes and risk factors, and new areas of research
Strategies for facing a world that poorly understands pregnancy loss
Trying again' pregnancy after a loss
Deciding to stop trying
Tips on how to support people going through pregnancy loss.
"I wholeheartedly and confidently recommend Pregnancy Loss: Surviving miscarriage and stillbirth as an essential read: inevitable pregnancy loss will affect every person, either directly or indirectly, at some stage in their life. And while today we still don't know enough about why babies die, this book provides understanding, clarity and hope."- Emma K McLeod, Founder, Stillbirth Foundation Australia.
Mother of two and journalist Zoe Taylor has survived repeated pregnancy losses. In this book, she shines a light on every aspect of this topic:
PREGNANCY LOSS: SURVIVING MISCARRIAGE AND STILLBIRTH is a book of courage, hope and survival. It will help all people touched by loss, including parents, partners, friends, family, researchers, doctors and carers.
Zoe Taylor is an award-winning, UK-trained journalist with more than 15 years writing experience. She was Health Reporter at London's Evening Standard newspaper, before re-locating to Sydney in 2002. After joining the Daily Telegraph as a reporter, Zoe has been a specialist Medical Reporter, then Court Reporter and columnist. This is her first book. She lives with her husband and children on the NSW south coast.
Harper Collins Publishers Australia
Author: Zoe Taylor