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Rachel McGrath grew up in Redcliffe, just by the seaside in Queensland, Australia. In her earlier years she studied business, and worked in both Melbourne and Brisbane, before moving to the United Kingdom in her early thirties. She currently lives just north of London, in a Hertfordshire village, where she met and married her husband, and has a professional career in human resources. Rachel has always had a passion for writing both fiction and non-fiction. Since her early teens, she has created many short stories as well as smaller pieces that have never been published. Finding the Rainbow is her first published work, a memoir capturing a difficult time in her life. She is passionate about sharing this with a wider audience.
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She longs to be a Mum, but in her own words, the process was 'like a roller coaster ride.'
Four miscarriages were too much to bear, but Rachel and her husband remained strong
and are ready to embrace the storm and try again.
I admire their persistence and willingness to bring forth a child into the world.
I am one of those Mums [ like Rachel's Mum] who has lots of albums filled with photos of my two children at all stages of their lives.
The book was well-written and I read it all in one sitting because it was so interesting.
This book should be read by all women, whether they have had miscarriages or not.
It would teach them to appreciate their children.
I guess many of us never realize the problem this can become for some women. Oh, we hear and read about their difficulties, know about the fertility clinics and the ongoing heartbreak of those who can’t conceive. Yet, we never fully measure the length of their ordeal, or the dark, difficult days that blend into one and other, be it a holiday or another birthday round the bend.
Of course, each child is a reminder of the family they cannot have. Of course, one goes on with career goals and favorite vacation plans, yet the shadow of being infertile hangs over all outings with gloom and forbiddance
What is sadder is the fact this story doesn’t render any outcome. So many decisions can be taken to ease the gaping motherhood void these days. With all the wonderful technology out there, viable solutions exist and McGrath recognizes them. Let’s see if she follows up with another telltale story, this time, in the form of a solution or two to ring in the dawn of a new beginning. Here’s hoping.
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