Emma Pearson is a 30 something year old lass whose life changed forever in , after the stillbirth of her twin boys. This book is about the last 7 years of Emma's life and what a seven years it has been. Emma is a mum to four beautiful children and here is her journey to strive to embrace her new 'normal' deal with anxieties, find hope and stupidly take up running! This is not a self-help book telling you how to be, or feel. Only you know that. Here is an open, frank, inspiring and obviously witty tale. Don't forget, no matter how strong, brave or happy someone may seem, you never know what lies behind their smile. Callie Seaman. Read more Read less.
Find this book on Amazon. Emma Pearson writes directly and openly about her experience of infant loss, pregnancy after loss and rebuilding a life around the grief. The book also brings home the point that, as indicated in the title, you can never know how someone is truly feeling, especially if they put on a brave face. Emma is refreshingly honest about her struggles and it was incredibly moving to read how she has been able to set up a charity that helps families through subsequent pregnancies and parenting after infant loss, 1 whilst also going on to have two more children.
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