I’ve been pretty quiet on the blog space lately as we’ve navigated our 5th pregnancy loss. The last 3 months have been filled with therapy sessions, time frames of deleting social media off my phone, praying, saying goodbye to ministry responsibilities, and reading. It’s been hard but it’s had some good moments, too.
In terms of reading, I’ve been plowing through some books and have been loving it. It’s been a while since I’ve read books for myself because I work in book publishing, so by the time the day is over, the last thing I want to do is read more books. But lately I’ve had a hunger for it. A craving. But I haven’t wanted to read just anything. I’ve been reading books that are helping me navigate grief so that I can come out on the other side feeling whole again.
These are the five books that have helped me navigate my 5th pregnancy loss. Not every book is focused on pregnancy loss. Some are just on grief in general, which was just as helpful as the ones on pregnancy loss. If you’re in a season of grieving after loss, I hope you consider reading them, too. They are all faith-based, which in my opinion, makes them the best fit for this season.
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