Thanks for the reading suggestions.
I read Empty Cradle, Broken Heart...it was ok...nothing to write home about.
Then I read Empty Arms (what's with the empty theme?) and didn't care for it at all.
I picked up Trying Again last night again and I think I must be in a bit better of a frame of mind, because it's not as bad as I first thought. The thing that really set me off of it the first time was the line, "There's not any single right answer." But I read past that and it's actually pretty helpful.
The thing I waffle on dis/liking in all these books are the, "Nancy remembers the feelings of hopelessness..." stories. I don't need to identify more...I can identify just fine without the personlized stuff, ya know?
I'll give Pregnancy After a Loss a try too...thanks for the suggestion.
Can you tell I'm a researcher by nature? A planner? I wonder why I bother, since we all know it don't mean a hill of beans in the long run.