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Old Feb 8th, 2017, 14:17 PM   1
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Small words of comfort

Nothing that anyone is saying to me right now can comfort me, and I don't want to talk to anyone, I mostly just sob into my husband's chest.
I saw this online and it made me cry even harder but somehow it reached me, and I wanted to share it:

A baby taken from the womb was never cold, never hungry, never afraid, and never alone.

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Old Feb 20th, 2017, 04:22 AM   2
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I'm so sorry. It's hard to talk about. I stay up nights until 3am. I eat sporadically, sometimes nothing sometimes until I'm sick. I go to my college class and all I hear is background noise. I laugh, I do my assignments, but I'm not really there. I'm sorry that all you can do is cry, it's very hard to show people how your feeling. I think most people do not understand or they think since it's so common you should easily get over it. Everyone's experience is different and others can take longer to adjust to what happened. Is there something you can do to express your emotions? Do you write? It's really helped me to write what I am feeling. I have also been doing a lot of paintings. I haven't done any major projects in a year but I've done 3 paintings in two weeks. I wish I could cry, I've only cried 3 times since it happen, I'm so heart broken and I had a really bad experience at the hospital. I think it's good that your able to let it out. I would recommend finding outlets and ways to get out of the house. Your friends and family may not understand what your going through or how to respond but that doesn't mean they don't love and worry. Also sometimes people's comments can hurt but they don't understand what their saying, how to respond or act, sometimes it's a nervous reaction, so don't let them get to you. There are so many women out there that have gone through this, your not alone.

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