Miscarriage is a taboo word. To discuss such a loss makes many people extremely uncomfortable. As a result, it is all too frequently swept under the carpet, leaving the sufferer feeling desperately alone with their grief. The author is passionate about bringing awareness to the silent suffering endured and invites you to join her on a journey exploring the darkest days of grief and pain, to the beginning of the healing process. Lorraine was initially dismissive when her miscarried child attempted to attract his mother’s attention from the afterlife. Fortunately, her son was not about to give up. With the help of several gifted mediums and a few tricks of his own, this tenacious soul has proven his undeniable existence from the other side. He has also initiated communication with many family members in spirit and uncovered a previously unknown relative. Babies lost in the womb have never actually been lost at all, even those taken at the earliest gestation. They remain safe, blissfully content, and incredibly close to their parents.
“I found her in the closet; that is how the nightmare began . . .” The nightmare is suicide, teen suicide by overdose. Valley of the Shadow provides a rare and intimate window on one family’s life thrown into a tailspin by their daughter’s suicide attempt. Written with candor, hope, and even some humor, the authors share their story of grief, crisis, recovery and renewal from both the family’s and victim’s perspectives. Walk with Elizabeth and Erin Stone and their family through this valley to find hope and healing.
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