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    STILL GRIEVING MY BABY'S DEATH AFTER TWO YEARS
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    Anon_122060 posted:
    My son was a premature baby. I had him when I was 23 weeks and he passed 7 hours later.. The pain was to much. I never felt that pain before. Now I have a one year old baby. and I also have a seven year old.They now stay with there father every other week, and its like when they are gone, I think about the baby alot when I'm home alone, so last night I was crying all night even had suicidal thoughts. His birthday is on Saturday 11/10/12. I really miss him. Please help, is anyone going through this?
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