Still: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Motherhood


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$17.95  $16.69
Greystone Books
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5.4 X 8.4 X 0.9 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author

Emma Hansen is a writer and model whose blog post about the passing of her first son, Reid, due to a true knot in his umbilical cord, went viral in 2015. Today, Hansen is trained as a full-spectrum doula and lives in Vancouver, Canada. She is the daughter of Rick Hansen, a former Paralympian and world-renowned disability activist.


"This ultimately uplifting memoir will resonate with readers long after the last page is turned."
--Publishers Weekly

"Vulnerable and powerful... Still is a story that strengthens our bonds as humans."
--Christy Turlington Burns, founder, Every Mother Counts

"One of those rare books that catches you up and does not let you go. Both enriching and ultimately uplifting. Still adds an important voice to this tragic and too-often silenced subject."--Beth Powning, author of Shadow Child

"Still will help you understand, evolve your empathy, and give you a glimpse of what it truly means to have lived."
--Mira Ptacin, author of Poor Your Soul and The In-Betweens

"The world needs Emma Hansen's beautiful memoir. Still creates a window into the heartbreaking experience of letting go of a precious child, and gives permission to integrate him with love into the fabric of a family."
--Anna Whiston-Donaldson, author of Rare Bird

"Still is an exceptionally authentic story of love and loss. As a grief therapist, I am grateful to have this resource."
--Patrick O'Malley, PhD, author ofGetting Grief Right

"Raw, powerful, and poetic."
--Amelia Kathryn Barnes, author ofLandon's Legacy

"This poignant love story gifts readers with insight intro grief and loss that have had the courage to examine so authentically. Emma Hansen writes from the heart and gently holds the hand of her reader as she navigates living after loss while loving always."
--Dr. Katherine Kortes-Miller, author of Talking about Death Won't Kill You