Thursday, September 26, 2013

(Review) Love, Mom by Cynthia Baseman

Title: Love, Mom
Author: Cynthia Baseman
Genre: Memoir/Grief
Pages: 189
Format: Paperback

Description: Loss is universal. Each of our responses to it is unique. After Cynthia Baseman delivered a stillborn daughter in 1995, she embarked on a journey of healing and a search to find happiness and meaning in life again. Writing letters to her daughter, journaling and drawing strength from the natural world became the basis of her recovery and a tool to manage the strain on her marriage. In her book she shares what happened to her and offers hope to those that find themselves grieving for a loved one.

My Review

I was lent this book by a friend after I had give birth to my daughter who was stillborn. While readying Cynthia's story, I came to see that there may be hope withing the future after all. Her story touched me. I would recommend this book to all angel parents out there if their lost and looking for hope. Everyone grieves differently but while reading this story, I realized that I am not the only one who has gone through the loss of a child. Thank you Cynthia for sharing your story and giving me hope for my rainbow baby.  

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