Rights of Parents Who Experience an Early Pregnancy Loss.
One of the things that struck me when reading Dr. Sukie Miller's book "Finding Hope After A Child Dies" was the sense that our American English language has no words to even describe what it is like to be a parent whose child has died. Think about it. If your parents are dead, you are an orphan. If your spouse dies, you are a widow or widower. But where is the word for a parent whose child has died?