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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 23 2013 7:00 a.m. MDT

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george of the jungle
goshen, UT

The story's I read and the people I'm with affects who I an as a person. I read these story's and relate it to me. I know that I live like I'm invincible, but in the back of my mind there is an expiration date for every one. I know how much they will be missed in my life. I didn't think I ever wanted to love any one again when I loved so much and their loss hurt so bad. Time marches on, the need to have someone in my life grows.

Itsme2
SLC, UT

I'm struggling with the loss of my twin babies when I was pregnant. I've surprised myself by just how hard it has been. I never anticipated going through emotions like I have. It is a pain that is indescribable. Time is a great healer of wounds. Counseling is also helpful. I hope in time to be able to function more normally.

george of the jungle
goshen, UT

Itsme2

You have my condolences, I hope you find the support you need, A immune system that can help fight off dis-ease and help you carry them as you learn how to your self. Where ever you go or do you always have your friends and loved ones with you. Weather alive or if they are dead, they will always be in your heart or in your head.

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