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  1. Amen. No one should ever be made to feel like they should just “get over it” or be able to turn off their feelings shortly after a loss. Just because someone can’t empathize with someone’s grief, doesn’t make it any less real. They need to respect it.

  2. It’s been almost a year since we lost our sweet Brigit Marie. We still have her crib and playpen up as little memorials for her in our house and I think it has helped my 5 other children heal and realize she will never be forgotten. Brigit was born on my birthday and was stuck and I had to be rushed for emergency C section. She was left without oxygen for to long. She lived for 4 days then left us for heaven. She will always be in my heart , and I do not fear death at all cause I know other than God, I have someone truly special in heaven.

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