But Still My Child is a set of poems written by a grieving mother over a period of thirty years. It expresses the immediate pain as well as the lingering ache that pregnancy loss can bring. Includes space to write personal thoughts.
"The Station" brings a profound message that reminds one to embrace the journey of life. (Padded Hardcover)
A collection of reflections and quotes spoken by hospice patients…people who have little time left to share. It includes words of love, laughter, regret, pain, and inspiration. (Padded Hardcover)
In "The Mourner’s Book of Faith," Dr. Alan Wolfelt explains that the essential need to mourn and question the meaning of life and death is not inconsistent with faith but instead is a reflection of an ever-deepening relationship with God. (Hardcover)
This book contains inspiring words about finding the courage deep within to embrace the pain and go on living during times of grief. Presented in a one-reading-a-day-for-a-month format. (Hardcover)
"Hope Heals" is a keepsake journal created for teenagers and adults who have lost a loved one. (Hardcover)
"Believe" is an inspiring story about finding the ability to believe in yourself and others and how that is truly a gift that must be shared. (Hardcover)
Love Letters to Miscarried Moms is the story of one woman’s journey, the same journey that each mother who miscarries begrudgingly embarks on.
Addressing the inevitable grief that accompanies the loss of a loved one, this encouraging and supportive reference provides comfort in the midst of overwhelming sadness. (Hardcover)
WORKBOOK! Paul Alexander has created a wonderfully unique healing package entitled "Wrap Myself in a Rainbow".