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Old March 5th, 2015, 10:38
SammyD SammyD is offline
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Default Lost My Baby Boy to Cancer.

I had my little boy, Noah, when I was only eighteen. I was a single mother right from the start and although I dated a few guys, none of them stuck around for long once they realised I was a mum. That was okay though, Noah was the centre of my world and he was all I needed. On the 11th December 2013 Noah was diagnosed with inoperable brain cancer. Every moment with my baby boy was suddenly even more precious than usual and although he put up a good fight, he passed away on the 2nd of February, aged only four. Since then I've hardly been able to get out of bed and I don't know how I'm going to cope with this. I don't feel like I have a purpose anymore because he became my whole life. I need somebody to talk to or some sort of support. My parents have been great and so have my friends but I don't feel like I have anyone who understands what I'm going through, at least not out of the people around me.
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