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Life Without Baby Workbook 2: Getting Through the Grief of Childlessness

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“I’m sorry for your loss.”

This simple phrase is something few of us hear when we say goodbye to our plans and dreams of motherhood. It leaves us feeling isolated and uncertain of what to do with the enormous sense of grief we feel. We wonder if we even have the right to mourn something that never existed.

In the second of a four-part Life Without Baby series, author and b
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Kindle Edition, 58 pages
Published December 1st 2014 by Steel Rose Press
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I’m Lisa Manterfield and I love telling stories.

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