A Silent Sorrow : Pregnancy Loss : Guidance and Support for Your and Your Family (2ND)

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A Silent Sorrow : Pregnancy Loss : Guidance and Support for Your and Your Family (2ND)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 299 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415924818
  • DDC分類 618.392019

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A Silent Sorrow has long been considered the "bible" for families seeking emotional and practical support after a pregnancy loss. Well organized, easily accessible, and filled with practical suggestions for each topic it covers, A Silent Sorrowis a positive first step for bereaved parents and their families, providing support and guidance to help resolve thegrief and enable them to look to the future with hope.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Edition                      xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Foreword xix
SECTION I The Grief of Pregnancy Loss
When an Unborn or Newborn Baby Dies 3 (16)
Bonding with Your Unborn Baby 3 (1)
Grieving for Your Baby 4 (1)
The Phases of Grief 5 (9)
Initial Shock 6 (1)
Anticipatory Grief 7 (1)
Acute Grief 8 (3)
Grief Work 11 (2)
Integration of Your Grief 13 (1)
Anniversary Reactions 14 (1)
Grieving Loss in a Multiple Pregnancy 14 (1)
If You Have Difficulty Mourning 15 (2)
Pregnancy Loss Changes You 17 (1)
Key Points to Help You Grieve 17 (2)
The Mother's Experience 19 (6)
Factors That Affect Your Grief 19 (2)
Feeling You Failed the Baby's Father 21 (1)
The Ways Women Grieve 22 (1)
Your Return to the Community 22 (1)
Key Points for Bereaved Mothers 23 (2)
The Father's Experience 25 (7)
Bonding with Your Baby 25 (1)
Your Grief and the Pressure to Move On 26 (1)
Your Concern for the Baby's Mother 27 (1)
The Urge to Be Strong 27 (3)
When Your Grief Is Unfinished 30 (1)
Key Points for Bereaved Fathers 30 (2)
Pregnancy Loss and Your Relationship: 32 (15)
Grieving Together and Apart
Your Relationship during the Crisis 32 (2)
Incongruent Grief 34 (3)
Your Grief and Sexuality 37 (3)
How Pregnancy Loss Can Change Your 40 (3)
Relationship
Key Points for Couples 43 (4)
SECTION II Pregnancy Loss Examined
Early Losses 47 (17)
Issues Common to All Early Losses 47 (3)
Experiencing a Miscarriage: Symptoms and 50 (6)
Diagnosis, Treatment, Causes, Emotional
Aftermath
Experiencing an Ectopic Pregnancy: Symptoms 56 (4)
and Diagnosis, Treatment, Causes, Emotional
Aftermath
Experiencing a Molar Pregnancy: Symptoms 60 (3)
and Diagnosis, Treatment, Causes, Emotional
Aftermath
Key Points for Coping with Your Early Loss 63 (1)
Crisis Pregnancies and Loss 64 (14)
Issues Common to All Crisis Pregnancies 64 (2)
Experiencing Preterm Labor: Symptoms and 66 (4)
Diagnosis, Treatment, Causes, Emotional
Aftermath
Experiencing Premature Rupture of the 70 (3)
Membranes: Symptoms and Diagnosis,
Treatment, Causes, Emotional Aftermath
Experiencing Cervical Incompetence: 73 (4)
Symptoms and Diagnosis, Treatment, Causes,
Emotional Aftermath
Key Points for Coping with Your Loss in a 77 (1)
Crisis Pregnancy
Stillbirth and Newborn Death 78 (15)
Issues Common to All Stillbirths and 78 (4)
Newborn Deaths
Experiencing a Stillbirth: Diagnosis and 82 (4)
Treatment, Causes, Emotional Aftermath
Experiencing a Newborn Death: Causes, 86 (6)
Emotional Aftermath
Key Points for Coping with Your Stillbirth 92 (1)
or Newborn Death
Prenatal Diagnosis and the Burden of Choice 93 (16)
Preparing for Prenatal Testing and 95 (2)
Receiving the Results
Continuing Your Pregnancy when Your Baby Is 97 (1)
Not Expected to Live
Your Hospital Stay when You End a Pregnancy 98 (1)
How to Discuss Ending Your Pregnancy with 99 (1)
Your Children
Your Emotional Recovery after Ending Your 100 (2)
Pregnancy
Finding the Support You Need after Ending 102 (2)
Your Pregnancy
Key Points to Help You Cope with an 104 (5)
Impaired Pregnancy
SECTION III The Response of Others
Medical Care when You Lose Your Pregnancy 109 (16)
Learning about Your Loss 109 (2)
Your Hospital Care 111 (3)
Special Considerations with Stillbirth and 114 (4)
Newborn Death
Communication among Medical Staff 118 (1)
Your Hospital Discharge and Follow-up Care 119 (2)
How You Can Improve Hospital Bereavement 121 (2)
Services
Key Points to Help You Obtain Compassionate 123 (1)
Medical Care
Bereavement Protocol 124 (1)
Finding Solace in Your Religion 125 (20)
When Your Loss Feels Like Retribution 126 (1)
When You Turn to the Clergy 126 (3)
When the Clergy Console You 127 (1)
When Religion May Disappoint You 128 (1)
The Relevance of Rituals 129 (5)
Naming Your Baby 131 (1)
Burying or Cremating Your Baby 132 (1)
When Ritual Is Denied 133 (1)
Theology and Ritual 134 (6)
Jewish Traditions 134 (2)
Islamic Traditions 136 (1)
Catholic Traditions 137 (2)
Protestant Traditions 139 (1)
Mixed Religions 139 (1)
The Need for Special Rituals 140 (3)
Rituals for Early Losses 141 (1)
Rituals for Ending an Impaired Pregnancy 141 (2)
Your Return to Faith 143 (1)
Key Points to Help You Find Solace in Your 143 (2)
Religion
The Response of Your Family and Friends 145 (14)
Telling People about Your Loss 145 (4)
Informing Close Family and Friends 145 (1)
Telling Your Wider Social Circle 146 (3)
Special Issues 149 (1)
Finding the Support You Need 149 (8)
Handling Thoughtless Remarks 151 (2)
Coping with Social Pressures 153 (1)
Being with Pregnant Women and Little 154 (3)
Children
Key Points to Help You with Family and 157 (2)
Friends
The Five Worst Comments You Might Hear 157 (1)
The Five Best Comments You Might Hear 158 (1)
Helping Your Children at Home 159 (13)
How to Talk with Your Child 160 (5)
Toddlers and Preschoolers 161 (2)
Children Age Six to Eleven 163 (2)
Preteens and Teenagers 165 (1)
Special Issues for You to Consider 165 (3)
Saying Good-bye to a Baby Sibling 166 (1)
Your Child and Religious Rituals 166 (1)
Your Child's Peers 167 (1)
After the Crisis 168 (3)
If You and Your Family Need Extra Help 169 (2)
Key Points to Help Your Children after a 171 (1)
Loss
For Bereaved Grandparents 172 (9)
Grandparents' Guilt 174 (1)
Helping Your Adult Children 175 (1)
Family Celebrations and Holidays 176 (1)
Pregnancy after a Loss 177 (1)
Strengthening Family Ties 177 (1)
Key Points for Bereaved Grandparents 178 (3)
SECTION IV Special Circumstances
The Impact of Pregnancy Loss on Your Career 181 (7)
Making Career Decisions 181 (2)
Men and Their Careers 183 (1)
Your Career Choices and High-Risk Pregnancy 184 (3)
Key Points when Pregnancy Loss Affects Your 187 (1)
Career
Pregnancy Loss and Infertility: A Twofold 188 (9)
Sorrow
Coping with a Pregnancy Reduction 189 (2)
When to Stop Trying to Conceive 191 (3)
Enduring Uncertainty 194 (2)
Key Points to Help You Cope with Pregnancy 196 (1)
Loss and Infertility
Becoming Pregnant Again 197 (61)
Making the Decision 197 (5)
The Right Timing 198 (1)
Finding Out You Are Pregnant Again 199 (1)
Telling Others 200 (1)
If a Loss Occurs Again 201 (1)
Reconsidering Your Medical Care 202 (3)
Changing Doctors 202 (1)
Use of Technology 203 (2)
Surviving the New Pregnancy 205 (5)
For Mothers Who Must Manage a Subsequent 208 (2)
High-Risk Pregnancy
Parenting after Your Loss 210 (2)
Experiencing the Birth of a Healthy Baby 210 (1)
Problems with Child Rearing 210 (1)
Responding to Awkward Questions 211 (1)
Key Points to Help You Survive a Subsequent 212 (1)
Pregnancy
Appendices
A Managing Problem Pregnancies 213 (13)
B Rituals 226 (14)
C Pregnancy Loss and the Environment 240 (4)
D Resources 244 (14)
Resources for Pregnancy Loss 244 (4)
Resources for Loss in Multiple Gestations 248 (1)
Resources Online 249 (1)
Resources for Psychotherapy 249 (2)
Resources for Genetics Information and 251 (2)
for Ending a Pregnancy
Resources for Infertility 253 (1)
Resources for Childbirth 253 (2)
Resources for Adoption 255 (1)
Resources on Health and Pregnancy 256 (2)
Glossary 258 (9)
Bibliography 267 (24)
Index 291