Detroit, Mich. (PRWEB) May 13, 2013
Michigan writer Deanna Kahler is pleased to announce the release of her first book, "From Pain to Parenthood: A Journey Through Miscarriage to Adoption."
Unlike most books, which deal solely with miscarriage or adoption, "From Pain to Parenthood" combines the two topics in a heartfelt personal story that takes the reader through the entire experience of trying to become a parent.
“My struggles and obstacles, as well as the insight I’ve gained, can be valuable tools for others,” says author Deanna Kahler. “I hope to not only educate readers on miscarriage and adoption, but also offer helpful coping tips and serve as a source of inspiration and encouragement.”
In addition to describing her own difficult journey to become a parent, the author discusses the grieving process of miscarriage and provides useful strategies for dealing with loss, depression and anxiety. She also details what is involved in the adoption process, including types of adoption, requirements, pitfalls and the range of feelings many people experience.
Filled with honest, raw emotions and helpful coping tips, "From Pain to Parenthood" promises to touch the reader’s life with a real story that shows the power of the human spirit and the beauty of a mother’s love.
The book retails for $14.95 and is available for sale at amazon.com.
About the Author:
Deanna Kahler began writing as a young child and enjoys the opportunity to reach others and make a difference in their lives. Her work has been published in numerous corporate newsletters and magazines across the country. Deanna holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Arts from Oakland University in Rochester, Mich., where she graduated with departmental honors. Most notably, she is the proud mom of a 7-year-old daughter, who she adopted with her husband. In her spare time, Deanna enjoys dancing, walking and visiting parks.
For more information or to view details on upcoming book signings, please visit dkahler.wix.com/book or e-mail the author at dkahlerbook(at)gmail(dot)com.