Anger. It’s an emotion we all have to sort out, post-loss. It seeps from our hearts and darkens our spirits. Are you a bit surprised at the forcefulness with which it spews? Has it come to visit you?
_Sarah Philpott, PhD
What an honor it is to write a review for my friend, Sarah Philpott. Her book entitled: Loved Baby was written to help grieving souls find comfort and emotional healing after experiencing pregnancy loss.
Comfort. We all need to be comforted, after experiencing the kind of loss that turns out hearts on its axis, positions us emotionally inside a black hole of sadness.
Sarah Philpott knows how to relate to the unspeakable pain losing an unborn child creates. Having written from a place of deep personal pain, Sarah’s relatable, tender words pierce and affect our lives for the better.
So, why suffer alone?
This beautifully designed little book holds a lot of power and includes:
31 Devotions: The first month is often the hardest, after experiencing loss. Sarah Philpott’s beautiful book offers thirty-one days of comforting, compassionate devotions that read like a best friend relating to your individual, personal pain. It’s Sarah’s way of taking you, your family member, or your friends who have experienced the loss of a child by the hand to walk alongside you through the thick of the pain.
Each devotional offers:
_Real talk about loss
_Tips to manage social media, reconnect with your partner, and nourish your soul
_Knowledge that your child is in heaven
_Strategies to walk through grief
_Ways to memorialize your loss
Recent, or Not: Loved Baby will offer hope and support while navigating through grief. Sarah has a beautiful way of helping turn our pain into opportunities that strengthen and bless. This book is sure to bring a healing balm. Written with raw transparency, Loved Baby is both inspiring and soul-soothing.
Order your copy, today. Also, order an extra copy for a friend experiencing the loss of a child.
I am praying for healing days ahead, Friends!
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And, the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. _Philippians 4:6-7