Spiritual comfort and understanding after a baby’s passing was what Christine Jonas-Simpson was looking for in answering her young sons’ difficult questions about their baby brother Ethan’s passing. Ethan’s Butterflies takes the parents and young children through the journey of deep sorrow and loss of a baby brother or sister from the moment of expectation of meeting them to the despair of knowing they passed, to the joy of reconnecting with them in another way. This story is about living and feeling the deep loss of a baby as well as transforming this precious loss through connecting and creating new relationships.
About the author: Christine Jonas-Simpson is an Associate Professor, Faculty of Health, School of Nursing at York University. She worked several years as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in acute care, rehabilitation, and long-term care. In 1998 Christine received a PhD in Nursing Science from Loyola University Chicago. Currently Christine is conducting studies on living with and transforming loss with those who experience perinatal loss and bereavement. She presents her research at local, national and international conferences and venues.
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