When child loss first takes place, we live in a fog -- I call it a protective fog. Were not fully able to understand the reality of the loss, yet were aware that our child is not here. We feel lost, broken, lonely, and confused not knowing where to turn for help. The very, very difficult thing about this is that society puts such pressure on us to perform as normal -- were expected to go back to work, pick up where we left off with family, friends, and activities. And, as we know, that is impossible. For a long time we function as robots -- not fully aware of what is going on around us. The only thing we know for certain is that our child is gone, and it hurts to the very center of our soul! Branden Deering I miss you every minute of every day...
Posted on: Tue, 30 Sep 2014 22:26:44 +0000
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