by Paul Rosenblatt
When a couple experiences the death of a child is there any way they can hold safe, let alone nurture, their marriage relationship? Rosenblatt and the many couples he interviewed for this book think that while the challenges are great, marriages can survive, even deepen.
The chapters go right to the core as they face the financial, emotional, gender differences, religious and sexual issues grieving parents often have. Rosenblatt is at his best as he distills and provides insight and tools parents can use to rebuild their lives.
This is a kind, wise, practical, and hopeful guide. For parents themselves, and for all who wish to understand and support their present and future days.
Paperback, 184 pages.