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Motherhood Lost by Linda L. Layne

Title Motherhood Lost
Author Linda L. Layne
Publisher Routledge
Release 2014-02-04
Category Social Science
Total Pages 368
ISBN 1135222231
Language English, Spanish, and French
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First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Title Lost in Motherhood The Memoir of a Woman who Gained a Baby and Lost Her Sh t
Author Grace Timothy
Publisher HarperCollins UK
Release 2018-02-22
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 320
ISBN 0008271011
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Previously published as Mum Face. Best described as The Wrong Knickers for mums, in this wry, resonant and darkly funny memoir, journalist Grace Timothy explores motherhood as an issue of identity.

Jessica Lost by Bunny Crumpacker

Title Jessica Lost
Author Bunny Crumpacker
Publisher
Release 2011
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 209
ISBN 9781402775703
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Shares the intertwined tales of a birth mother and daughter who were separated when the mother elected to give her baby up for adoption, tracing the difficult circumstances that prompted the mother's decision and her daughter's painstaking search 40 years later.

Motherhood by Ann Campanella

Title Motherhood
Author Ann Campanella
Publisher
Release 2017
Category
Total Pages
ISBN 9781370041145
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Motherhood: Lost and Found takes the reader on a journey where Alzheimer's disease and infertility intersect. At age 33, award-winning author and poet Ann Campanella returns to her home state of North Carolina ready to build a horse farm and start a family. Ann's foundation is shaken when she experiences multiple miscarriages at the same time her mother spirals into Alzheimer's. The author's devotion to her family and her horse Crimson sustain her as her mother's illness progresses and her own window of potential motherhood begins to close. The voice in Ann's memoir has been called constant and abiding, her imagery indelible. Her graceful, exacting language rises above the grief of infertility and the struggle to care for aging parents, connecting the reader ultimately to the heartbeat and resilience of the human experience. This memoir was a finalist in the Next Generation Independent Book Awards, the world's largest not-for-profit independent book awards.Praise for Motherhood: Lost and Found include:"Ann Campanella's Motherhood: Lost and Found is a chronicle of family tragedy and triumph told in some of the most truly lyrical writing you'll ever encounter. She writes of grief and loss with heart wrenching honesty but without sentimentality then adds humor in such unexpected places I found myself laughing and crying all on the same page. This is the best memoir I've read in years...."- Judith Minthorn Stacy, author of Maggie Sweet, winner of the Carolina Novel Award"The book is about ... the love of a family ... and how that love sustained them during a long and painful crisis, and how Ann's relationship with her husband Joel was deepened and enriched by that crisis, and how three generations are better than two. Motherhood: Lost and Found has much to teach us all as human beings."- Anthony (Tony) Abbott, Professor Emeritus at Davidson College, author of Leaving Maggie Hope, winner of the Novello Festival Press Book Award"A sensitive, in-depth study of one woman's slow descent into Alzheimer's as detailed by her daughter, Motherhood: Lost and Found involves us in the dynamic of a multi-generational family as well as the author's own story: horses, poetry, three terrible miscarriages, and in her 41st year, a final miracle." - Maxine Kumin, Pulitzer Prize winning poet"Ann Campanella's Motherhood: Lost and Found records the ordinary and extraordinary courage of those who must endure debilitating, even crushing illness and those who must suffer with them while they do so. Here is bravery, patience, reconciliation, and -- at long last -- hope. I found this story valuable in an intensely personal way. I think others readers will find it so too."- Fred Chappell, former Poet Laureate of North Carolina"It is the gift of a lifetime. Nothing I have ever read has affected me more deeply or made me more thankful that I am alive. You have made your place ... into your place on earth. And you have welcomed us - all of us - into it.... Through your book, you have made it ours. The voice in the book is constant. Faithful, I should say...You have delved into the scarcest moments and found the Abiding. Something as fundamental as fire - and earth and water and air. As death and love, as death and love and death and love again."- Mike Martin, writer and artist"I was so deeply touched by this memoir. Anyone with children or aging parents will be moved by this searingly honest story. Ann struggled with infertility at the same time she was trying to care for her mother with Alzheimer's. In a clear-eyed way, she explores how her family navigated the suffering caused by her mother's illness, and her own heartbreak of multiple miscarriages. Every sentence is beautifully crafted, with a poet's attention...

Waiting to Forget by Margaret Moorman

Title Waiting to Forget
Author Margaret Moorman
Publisher W. W. Norton & Company
Release 1998-07
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 214
ISBN 9780393317831
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"[An] extraordinary memoir of [the author's] giving up for adoption the baby she bore at 16... beautifully written, psychologically nuanced and sociologically informed."--Nation

Sunshine and Daniel by Kim Paris Upshaw

Title Sunshine and Daniel
Author Kim Paris Upshaw
Publisher
Release 2018-08
Category
Total Pages 248
ISBN 9780999268308
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Losing a child can leave a mother feeling isolated. She thinks she's unique. The truth is that women have been losing children since the beginning of time. In Sunshine and Daniel: Seeking Grace in Lost Motherhood, the stories of contemporary and biblical women bring real comfort, hope, and strength to help these mothers live and and love again.

Motherhood Lost and Found by Ann Campanella

Title Motherhood Lost and Found
Author Ann Campanella
Publisher Bridge
Release 2013-12-04
Category Alzheimer's disease
Total Pages 300
ISBN 9780615915371
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ann Campanella, a freelance writer and horsewoman, returns to North Carolina after a several year absence. In her mid thirties and ready to start a family, she is used to setting goals and accomplishing them. But when Ann experiences a series of miscarriages at the same time her mother shows signs of Alzheimer's, she plunges into an emotional journey that leads her to a deeper understanding of herself and what it means to love.

Uncertain Motherhood by Peggy Anne Field

Title Uncertain Motherhood
Author Peggy Anne Field
Publisher SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Release 1994
Category Social Science
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780803955646
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Uncertain Motherhood presents research on maternal behaviour among women who have less than optimal outcomes in pregnancy. The contributors examine mothers' reactions to infertility, unwanted pregnancy, `at-risk' pregnancy, stillbirth, birth of a preterm baby and the birth of a baby with a birth defect. The purpose of the book is to develop an understanding of the women's experiences in order to assist caregivers in the provision informed care.

The Happy Mum Handbook by Jackie Hall

Title The Happy Mum Handbook
Author Jackie Hall
Publisher The Happy Mum Handbook
Release 2012-10
Category Motherhood
Total Pages 290
ISBN 0646540718
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Teaches you exactly how to handle the mental and emotional challenges of motherhood, and prevent stress, depression and anxiety.

Two Week Wait by Christina Greer

Title Two Week Wait
Author Christina Greer
Publisher Rhetorica Media
Release 2015-02-17
Category
Total Pages 302
ISBN 9780986150104
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After losing two children in infancy and surviving three miscarriages, Christina Greer, who suffers from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and secondary infertility, attempts one last time to become a mother. She keeps readers in suspense as she details her final and twentieth year of suffering through the "two-week wait," the time period between ovulation and taking a pregnancy test. After announcing her pregnancy, Christina brings readers along as she goes through a harrowing high-risk pregnancy and traumatic birth. People who are struggling or have struggled through infertility or child loss will find hope in this true story of grief and joy on the road to motherhood.

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