NEW! eBOOK How to Embrace the Joy: The art of guiding baby loss parents to intentionally welcome their baby despite shock, pain and fear
Parents get no do-overs!
When a baby dies (or is destined to die) the first common reaction is to escape and get things over with quickly in order to move on. Parents often say "No" to ever question asked - such as caring for baby, pictures, family involvement, staying with baby as long as possible, etc. The regrets that typically come from this are often life-long and impede healthy parenting and grieving.
Even though shock has taken over, with intentional guidance and slowing things down, parents are now regaining control and more actively parenting their babies during fragile pregnancies and after death.
This book teaches you why and how to be a guide/navigator/advocate for parents from the time they get the news and beyond. Real stories, real words, and real emotions are shared in hopes that care providers can learn how to be a confident, competent, compassionate advisor during the crisis and afterwards.
As one mom stated,"I came to understand that if I let my grief and deep sadness get in the way, I would miss her short little life!" She reported after spending 48+ hours with her baby who never left her room, that she had 'no regrets' and 'a ton of beautiful and special memories.'
More about the eBook...
Do you want to offer more confident care for families with perinatal loss/palliative care needs and gain additional practical tools and tips which take caregiving to a higher level?
Learn how to help
- ·Resistant families and those in shock say ‘yes’ instead of ‘no’ to options offered
- Parents be more calm so they can experience their parenting roles instead of the staff bathing, dressing, etc
- Guide parents in making a birth-parenting vision, even a few hours prior to deliver
- Teach parents to embrace the joy so they don’t miss the little time they have with their baby
Order the eBook today! Normally $10 SALE PRICE $6.99 until December 15, 2018