I understand as I was born sterile and the only child of 4 with this problem. I was not invited to my own...
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I understand as I was born sterile and the only child of 4 with this problem. I was not invited to my own family events that included children as it was just too painful for my mother to bear. I did teach children and counsel my friends children that need extra love and advise as I am a psychologist. I do have little dogs that help me cope. I am now grieving the loss of my little service dog. I have another one who is wonderful, but we can not replace one little one with another. It takes time just like any other death. I take it one day at a time. I am able to find joy in other ways but have to accept this loss which is very difficult. My heart goes out to you and your loss.View Thread
New here so I'm trying to post to get answers for my greive & maybe even to help someone else?I'm looking for a good group who I can commicate with.I also have health issues & lost many in my family.No one left on my mamas side 5 gone in 2yrs.now my son?thanks ,freda (email@example.com)View Thread
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