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Be Still My Grieving Heart shares the author’s personal experiences of pregnancy loss, her struggle through grief, and the recovery of her spirit through healing and self-care

While in the third trimester of pregnancy, Shannon faced the heart-breaking diagnosis of a condition that imperiled the baby as well as her own health. As a result of these complications, Shannon birthed and said goodbye to her baby during the 26th week of pregnancy. She didn’t know how she would ever recover from the devastating heartbreak of this loss. Battling grief and depression, Shannon began journaling as way to process her feelings.

Then, years later, she faced another heartbreak with a pregnancy loss at 8 weeks. Shannon began writing again, and became moved to share her experiences of grieving with others.

This book tells the story of how she found her own path to healing – through years of prayer, writing, counseling, self care and other profound healing modalities.

Shannon believes that it’s important to provide an abundance of love and self-care for yourself while you grieve. Be Still My Grieving Heart will be available in 2020.