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About Amie Lands
Amie Lands is the author of Navigating the Unknown, Our Only Time, Perfectly Imperfect Family, and the Tending to Your Heart series. She is a cancer survivor, founder of The Ruthie Lou Foundation, and a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist®. But her most sacred role is mothering her 3 beautiful children: her daughter, who lived 33 days, and her two sons whom she is honored to watch grow. Since her daughter’s brief life, Amie’s passion is offering hope and providing support to bereaved families. Amie lives in California, United States with her husband and their two sons.
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Through intimate stories and the suggested strategies, health professionals can better understand and support grieving parents. As a result, health professionals can best guide families through this experience, empowering them to have the least amount of regret and allowing for the greatest possibility of healing in their grief as they re-enter the world.
“...a meaningful experience of love, grief, and hope, and a useful practical guide to be better caregivers.”
—Christine Bishop, MD, MA
Neonatologist, Medical Director of Neonatal/Perinatal Palliative Care
Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Brenner Children’s Hospital
A menudo conocido como un bebé arcoiris, los niños nacidos después de la muerte de un hermano a menudo se preguntan sobre el que vino antes que ellos.
La familia perfectamente imperfecta reconoce el estigma asociado con el dolor, la pérdida e incluye a un bebé que ha muerto al compartir las formas amorosas en que se puede celebrar a un bebé querido durante días especiales y todos los días.
Oftentimes referred to as a rainbow baby, children born after the death of a sibling often wonder about the one who came before them. Perfectly Imperfect Family acknowledges the stigma associated with sibling grief, loss, and including a baby who has died by sharing the loving ways in which a beloved baby can be celebrated during special days and every day.
A must-have book for all families who have experienced the loss of a baby and want to normalize their perfectly imperfect family.
They speak of the ugliness, the truth and the depth of a grief so unfathomable, and the reality of a loss no parent should have to endure.