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    I'm so sorry for your loss.

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    Thanks everyone for your support. I just needed to vent a little in a place where I'm not well known, that's not my family and I can just say what I feel without having to worry I'm upsetting my family and friends etc. it's definitely a struggle and my hubby is a bit worried for me that I won't cope when bubs is born

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    hi mum2b87, my heart goes out to you. I lost my mum suddenly 22 years ago. I understand your pain, and I want to say, you will be able to continue, and you will be able to love your child, but you are forever changed. I found that if I just focus on this day, this chore, this meal, only one thing at a time, I was able to keep moving. There was times when the pain was unbearable, and I just had to stop for a few minutes. Go somewhere quite, and just let the tears fall. but after a while, pick yourself up and continue. That is the only way to deal with grief. Im here if you want a shoulder to cry on. much love. Marie.

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