Without My Baby

Coping with Early Infant Loss

$99.95

Approximately 22 minutes

©2006 David Garrigus

ISBN 1-892634-17-1

 

SPECIAL DVD FEATURES allow early infant loss topics and segments to be easily accessed throughout the program.

 

This disc also includes a digital version for use on your portable device.

 

 

EASY CCTV Broadcast Rights Starting at only $50*

 

Although each person’s grief experience is different, in all grief, there is a universal sameness. In this extraordinary program, parents who have endured neonatal loss share their thoughts and insights—hoping that their heartfelt testimonials will help other parents who are experiencing a similar loss.

 

The impassioned stories of seven parents deliver a collective message of hope, healing, and acceptance. A licensed professional counselor, a bereavement counselor, and sister from a Catholic hospital also share their wisdom and counseling experience.

 

 

“You see other people get on with their lives, but you feel so stuck, and that’s when it really hits you.”

 

Issues explored in Without My Baby include:

  • The depths of grief.
  • Coming to terms with God.
  • Validating one’s feelings.
  • Planning and attending memorial services.
  • Holding and bonding with the baby.
  • Returning to work and social functions.
  • Seeking help and finding support.
  • Gaining meaning from the loss.
  • The universal stages of grief including shock, guilt, anger, & depression.
  • Memorializing the baby with mementos and photos.
  • Marital relations and spouses that grieve differently.
  • Setbacks and getting stuck in the stages of grief.

 

 

One mother remarks, “There’s no right way or wrong way to grieve. You have to do what’s best for you.” Without My Baby is a valuable guide that will help parents find their way through their difficult journey with grief.

 

The producers of this program highly recommend that parents who have endured early infant loss seek out others who have had similar experiences, such as the support group, M.E.N.D.

 

"excellent"
—Library Journal

 

Recommended by Video Librarian

David Garrigus Productions

©2017 David Garrigus Productions

Without My Baby

Coping with Early Infant Loss

$99.95

Approximately 22 minutes

©2006 David Garrigus

ISBN 1-892634-17-1

 

SPECIAL DVD FEATURES allow early infant loss topics and segments to be easily accessed throughout the program.

 

This disc also includes a digital version for use on your portable device.

 

 

EASY CCTV Broadcast Rights Starting at only $50*

 

Although each person’s grief experience is different, in all grief, there is a universal sameness. In this extraordinary program, parents who have endured neonatal loss share their thoughts and insights—hoping that their heartfelt testimonials will help other parents who are experiencing a similar loss.

 

The impassioned stories of seven parents deliver a collective message of hope, healing, and acceptance. A licensed professional counselor, a bereavement counselor, and sister from a Catholic hospital also share their wisdom and counseling experience.

 

 

“You see other people get on with their lives, but you feel so stuck, and that’s when it really hits you.”

 

Issues explored in Without My Baby include:

  • The depths of grief.
  • Coming to terms with God.
  • Validating one’s feelings.
  • Planning and attending memorial services.
  • Holding and bonding with the baby.
  • Returning to work and social functions.
  • Seeking help and finding support.
  • Gaining meaning from the loss.
  • The universal stages of grief including shock, guilt, anger, & depression.
  • Memorializing the baby with mementos and photos.
  • Marital relations and spouses that grieve differently.
  • Setbacks and getting stuck in the stages of grief.

 

 

One mother remarks, “There’s no right way or wrong way to grieve. You have to do what’s best for you.” Without My Baby is a valuable guide that will help parents find their way through their difficult journey with grief.

 

The producers of this program highly recommend that parents who have endured early infant loss seek out others who have had similar experiences, such as the support group, M.E.N.D.

 

"excellent"
—Library Journal

 

Recommended by Video Librarian