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Old October 5th, 2009, 18:37
Tessa Tessa is offline
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Default Losing A Daughter

Our beautiful daughter was killed last September 29,2008. Losing her has destroyed me ( her mother ). She was my only daughter, the youngest of 3 children. She was 25. I have attended counselling sessions for a year now and they really do help. One thing stands out. I was told that with the upcoming anniversary, that it would be harder than the actual day she died. Let me tell you-- it IS. When she was killed I was a zombie for months. With the anniversary coming, I had no idea how I would react. I crashed. I cried more tears than I have since that day. The pain, the pain- excruciating!! Now that it is over, it kind of feels like a weight has been lifted in a sense. What are your feelings?
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