Laura Seftel did a tremendous job, writing this unique piece of work about people who experience pregnancy loss. Pregnancy loss often means an invisible loss, because we tend to keep early pregnancy a secret. People can easily remain silent about it because many of us are afraid to grieve and the people around us encourage us to move on. Also it is important to acknowledge that it is a real loss, is Laura's message. So for every loss, we need a healing process. We need to express our feelings and emotions and this takes a lot of time. This unseen grief has no shape, but Laura encourages us to develop personal forms of expression through the arts. By writing, making art and creating rituals we can materialize this loss and share it with others. In "Grief Unseen" we can find many examples of personal stories and all kinds of expression, of rituals and how we can get healed from this painful loss. There are many illustrations in the book by different artists, which makes it attractive and easy to read. I can highly recommend this book for both people who experienced pregnancy loss and people who have loved ones who experienced it and want to become informed.