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Dealing with the loss of a child

Post: #11
11-28-2012, 10:50 AM
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RE: Dealing with the loss of a child

I don't think you will ever get over it, but you do need to step up and take care of your children who are alive. It just wasn't meant to be. I lost a child and it was a shock at first. I couldn't believe that it would happen to me, but it was for the best in my situation. The father was horrible and a deadbeat. I wish you and your family the best.



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Post: #12
05-16-2013, 03:32 AM
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RE: Dealing with the loss of a child

I had a miscarriage last year and it was a huge shock. I was just in a state of denial and just kept thinking that it couldn't happen to me. Then I had a breakdown a few months later. It just hit me one day. A year later, and I am finally starting to feel like myself again.



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Post: #13
10-16-2014, 10:56 AM
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RE: Dealing with the loss of a child

My Mom lost a child in the year 1993 and it was very tough for her to move on. Thanks to God for the kind of husband (My dad) she has got who stood by her through all the painful period. This I believe every husband should also do for their wives. I have realized that the pain the mother feels is completely different from what the father feels. It is more personal with the woman and could affect them emotionally.



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Post: #14
02-09-2016, 07:05 PM
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RE: Dealing with the loss of a child

Aw, I'm so sorry for what you're going through. Being a mom myself, I cannot imagine losing my only son. I think there is no definite time for you to move on. You lost a child and that's painful and you might not forget about it. But does that mean that you have to let this feeling take over your life?

To be honest, think about your child, will she be happy with the way you're living your life? I don't think she'd want her mom to be always unhappy and unable to move on. She is in heaven now with the angels, guiding you. Let her memory be remembered in a positive way. Good luck and keep us posted!



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