A personal story of baby loss and 90 days of support to walk you through grief
Losing a baby, whether through miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death, leaves so many parents lost in grief and full of unanswered questions. Zoë Clark-Coates, and her husband Andy, have personally faced the loss of five babies. Out of their experiences came the charity The Mariposa Trust (more often known by its leading division Saying Goodbye), offering support to thousands of grieving parents and relatives around the world each week.
Now, Zoë writes a moving account of their experiences and how they found a way through to provide help and support for others. Alongside this are 90 days of daily support for those who are grieving, offering comfort and hope during the difficult days, weeks and months.
“For many people, this will not just be a gift, it will be a lifeline”
SALLY PHILLIPS, FROM THE FOREWORD
The Baby Loss Guide – Out Now
Written by one of the world’s leading baby loss support experts, The Baby Loss Guide is designed to help you navigate this complex issue. Whether you have personally encountered loss, or support people through this harrowing time, this book provides practical and compassionate advice.
Zoe and her husband Andy have personally faced the loss of five babies. Out of their experiences came the charity The Mariposa Trust (more often known by its primary division Saying Goodbye), offering support to thousands of grieving parents and relatives around the world each week. In her first bestselling book Saying Goodbye Zoe wrote a moving account of their experiences and how they found a way through loss.
Beyond Goodbye – Out Now
Beyond Goodbye walks people through their darkest days of suffering and gives them hope for the future. Written by Zoe Clark-Coates, CEO of the Mariposa Trust and a leading expert on grief who has experienced huge loss in her own life.
Beyond Goodbye is split into two sections: the first examines different types of loss and the second provides a practical 60-day support guide. The issues covered range from the loss of loved ones (parents, partners, children and friends). The book will answer common questions the author is asked each week, including how to survive the initial period after loss and how to support yourself or someone else immediately after a death. Zoe will tackle topics that are rarely discussed, including how to maintain intimacy following loss and how to return to work when grieving. The book also addresses myths and misconceptions about grief. Each section in the first half will interlace practical advice with personal stories from individuals to help readers relate.