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Danielle82506 posted:
Hello All,
My name is Danielle. Iam 22 years old and a mother to a 3 year old son named Daniel and a 2 year old daughter named destiny. I had my misscarriage sep 24th ( I was 11 wks pregnant)....Even though it has been 2 months now, I cant help but not be over loosing my child. I constanly look at how many weeks I would be each day, ( I know its bad) But I cant help but feel exteremly upset about loosing my baby.
I know everything happens for a reason, because 2 weeks after graduating I finally found my dream job =>
so I wanted to know if anybody could help me with any advice on how to rather get over this, get through this......
thanks
Danielle
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daylen responded:
Hello Danielle

I too had lost my child on november 10 of this year. Im sorry for what happened. I had my son when I was 23 weeks, and he survived for about 7 hours. After I lost him, I felt so weak, so hurt and didnt know what todo. To this day I feel sooo alone. His father wasnt even around to support me. What is helping me go through this is my family and friends. My mother wont leave me alone, and everyone always calling and coming over. They keep me laughing and happy. Everynight I sleep with his hat. Try to stay connected with family and friends and this will help. Also I talk about him, and everyday it gets a lil better. Just hug and kiss and thank god that you have your other two kids. ((HUGS))


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