Once Upon a Child breaks the silence on miscarriage and offers solutions to grieving parents
Statistics say that 15-20% of recognized pregnancies result in a miscarriage. And now with the availability of ultra-sensitive pregnancy tests, that percentage increases to 60-70%. This means that most women have experienced at least one loss. In Once Upon a Child: Finding Grace after a Pregnancy Loss, author Kennisha Griffin breaks silence about what it means to walk through such a traumatic event. In her memoir, she walks readers through three different miscarriages and gives raw details about what helped her heal her broken heart.
"I wrote this memoir after I had three miscarriages,"
After Once Upon a Child was released, Kennisha experienced two more miscarriages--
"I had to refer to my own book for guidance through another season of loss. I learned that many times the lessons we learn from our past help us too."
Once Upon a Child is now available through online bookstores. Learn more about Kennisha Griffin and her books by visiting http://www.kennishagriffin.com.