Did you lose your girl to a miscarriage or was your girl pregnant when she passed? Sometimes we do not have answers. I have friends that only gave birth to miscarriages or still births. It is heart wrenching to watch them go through this. I have had a miscarriage myself having to deliver in my own shower. The doctor was sincere and told me that this was the worst part of his job. A friend just lost her baby last week and had to be rushed to the hospital due to loss of blood. You are not alone in this trial. It is sad because from the time we are toddlers we want to be mothers and it is frustrating when it doesn't work out for us. I do not have an answer of why but I hope that I provide you with comfort knowing that you are not alone. We are all in this together.View Thread
I have a friend that lost her husband in a car accident. I think the only thing we can do for others sometimes is be there physically for them. Listen to them when they are needing an ear. Sometimes that is all we can do for them. Blessings of Comfort can also come from the Holy Ghost. Understanding sometimes may be hard. Knowing we can be with them forever and see them again thanks to our Savior is the only comfort one might have. We will always have their memories and we will always love them. That will never end. I believe that we will see our loved ones again and that is the only comfort we get from losing those we love. Otherwise our life is only filled with darkness and I just cannot imagine that that is what God has provided us. He is a loving God and he has provided us a way to be with our families.View Thread
Just cry and let it out. Sometimes we try to be the tough one and hold things in. But truly, you will never stop missing or loving him. He was your Daddy and we are all Daddy's girl. My Grandma taught all of us a very special thing when Grandpa died and it has made me more aware of how thin the veil really might be. She would pray to Heavenly Father in her mind and heart that she could talk to her husband and would tell him how much she loved him. One night during her prayer she remembered that only Heavenly Father can hear our quiet prayers so she started talking to her husband out loud. She said when she did this it was like something warm just enveloped her like a hug and from then on she felt her husbands presence during these out loud prayers. She told all of us to do it so her son tried it and he felt someone holding his hands. It scared him a bit that he didn't do it again. I have so many stories of examples of this that it is amazing. Sometimes our loved ones visit us in dreams. Sometimes we are unaware of their presence. And sometimes it is hard to be in tune with these experiences. But we have been given the blessing of the Holy Ghost to provide us with peace and comfort. We have our faith of knowing that we will see them again. Without this knowledge I think losing our loved ones to death would be the hardest thing to experience. Try it and let us know. We are all in this together.View Thread
Sometimes our loved ones aren't able to help us through life here on earth like they would be able to from Heaven. The cravings of holding them again hurt and that might never go away. Some of us don't want it to go away because of fear of forgetting them. But we will always have our memories of them and our faith that we will see them again thanks to our Savior. I am sorry for your heart ache and unanswered why's and what if's. We never know when our loved ones will be called home to Heavenly Father. But I believe and know from experience that they visit us in dreams and in spirit. They sometimes hold our hands and wrap us in a warm hug that is hard to explain the feeling and sometimes hard to recognize. We have to be the ones that ask for that experience in our prayers and be in tune with it. They love us and your mother had to have loved you because that's what Mom's do best. They love and watch over their children. May the Holy Ghost provide you with peace and comfort that us as humans sometimes cannot.View Thread
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