So sorry for your lose.I lost all my moams side to cancer all a diff. kind.My son to a car wreck in dec.I feel for you so much,some people are lucky not to have to many deaths as close as all mine were?But my heart goes out you.I don't how to do it either right now?I'm just needing others to relate to what I've lost & hope I may be able others?God Blees,you can reply if you'd like,freda (smileyfreda)View Thread
Hi,I'm new here to.I've lost my mother,3aunts,2uncles both grandmothers,4 cousions & just this past dec,1 st.2010 lost my only son ?Not real sure how to say or tell my stories eirther?But I know it's been very hard for me?I know the lose of anyone we're close to is hard,but for me the lose of my son is way much harder.Only 2 on my dads' side all my momas side is gone,for me now I have 1 daugther,hubbby,dad & 2 brothers.How do I get through 1?But I'm like you I need others to help me find the answers of why?My name is Freda & would like to hear from input from group.Thank you,smileyfreda(not to smile about now )View Thread
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