Stories of Loss and Living From Women Who Are Childless by Circumstance
By Lois Tonkin
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Honouring women who are childless by circumstance, these first-person stories describe their emotional responses and under-discussed grief. While exploring their sense of loss, the book also celebrates the hopefulness and positivity of these women and reveals the alternative routes their lives have taken.
Dr. Lois Tonkin is a counselling lecturer at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand. She has worked in private practice as a writer, counsellor, supervisor, and educator on loss and grief issues for over twenty-five years.
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