by Barbara Rosof
The Worst Loss is a wise, well informed book that will help many on the difficult journey of healing after the death of a child. The book is written in a down-to-earth style. The stories of families are sensitively and carefully told so that the reader gathers hope and knowledge from those who have gone before.
Although the author avoids speaking in an academic or aloof voice, she does ground her writing with a firm grasp and awareness of current research in the field. What happens when one reads this book is that one acquires understanding, support, and comfort in a soft and integrated way.
Paperback, 289 pages.