In The Heartbreak of Stillbirth Amanda Dunn welcomes you into her journey through grief, pain, confusion, and, ultimately, the decision to learn to live in a new normal. With vulnerability and humorous honesty, she opens the door to the darkest places of her heart, conveying her fears and doubts as well as her questions about God and faith. The Heartbreak of Stillbirth dispels the myths about how you "should" grieve and gives you permission to find your own way. This book is about being honest with yourself, your friends, and your God. It is about learning to grieve as a family and to stay together. And lastly, it is about faith, as Amanda draws deeply on hers, and shares how you as a parent, grandparent, friend, or relative can do the same after the heartbreak of stillbirth.
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About the Author
Amanda Dunn is a proud mother of six. She is passionate about helping others have authentic and honest relationships with God. She is a ministry leader at her church, Vineyard at the Barn in PA. Through her story she hopes to help other parents be honest with their grieving and learn to live again.