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After the Flowers Die: A Handbook of Heartache, Hope and Healing After Losing a Child by [Delorme, Melanie]
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From the depth of a pain only a Bereaved Parent could know, rises this ray of light that shines for other Bereaved Parents. Melanie has lived and is living the experience of being a Bereaved Parent, and with grace and generosity, the Teacher in her shares her wisdom and insights in this guidebook for All Bereaved Parents. In my twenty years of Grief Support work, this is the best book for Bereaved Parents I have seen! Thank you, Melanie, for offering your light of hope for others in memory of your precious Garrett.

Della Ferguson,

Grief Support Worker, Funeral Celebrant

It has been said that there is no greater pain than the death of a child. After the Flowers Die by Melanie Delorme is a powerful, compassionate A-Z guide that offers grieving parents practical and insightful wisdom from a mother who has learned to live with meaning and hope after her child's death.

Elan Grondin

Funeral Director, Grief Companion, Mother

In the book After the Flowers Die, Melanie Delorme offers insight, compassion, understanding, and suggestions to bereaved parents in a straightforward and practical manner. Rather than dispensing the usual cliches and platitudes, Melanie offers insight, compassion, and caring in a way only a person who has experienced the tragedy of losing a child can.

Lona Froshaug

Student Support Teache

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Is it possible to survive the loss of a child?

You may feel that the answer is “no, never, absolutely not.” Be assured that not only is it possible for you to survive this devastating tragedy, but it is also possible for you to find the strength to thrive again.

The loss of a child creates a gaping hole in a parent’s heart that seems unbearable. The only people who truly understand your pain are other bereaved parents. Melanie is one of those parents, and in After the Flowers Die, she offers encouragement, hope, and honest suggestions to help you experience joy once again.

This book is written in a unique, easy-to-read A to Z format that addresses many topics parents may experience such as anger, bitterness, birthdays, Christmas, hope, signs, and more. If you have lost a child and are searching for practical encouragement, this book is a great starting point for you to acknowledge your loss and find the courage to celebrate your child’s life.

Are you ready to begin your journey towards healing?


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1345.0 KB
  • Print Length: 154 pages
  • Publisher: Author Academy Elite (12 June 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B071G41L41
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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