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    when will I stop crying?
    mymadaline posted:
    I lost my beautiful daughter 1 1/2 years ago, it was so sudden. I still cry every single day. Will it ever get easier?
    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Dear one,

    I am so very sorry for your devastating loss. I've never lost a child myself but know that any big losses I've gone through have taken at least a couple of years to really start feeling a bit more human again.

    But it doesn't happen on its own. What are you doing to help yourself get through this? Do you have support with friends and family? Have you considered joining a grief support group in your area. And you may want to pursue individual grief counseling to help you.

    And always feel free to talk here if it helps at all. If you wish, tell us a bit about your daughter. (((hugs)))

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