Sorry you never recover fully<br />
You will have many great days and many good says<br />
I lost my son July 2003
I lost my daughter when she was just 10 years old and it took me four years before I could fully function in society again...... it was having my husband and other two children with me that gave me the will to go when I wanted to give up, so I feel for this mother when she has no other loved one she can give of her time & energy to during her years of mourning.
Same here --we lost our daughter and then a year later we lost our niece that was like a daughter to us...... they are buried next to each other. <3
"Never put all your eggs in one basket" Very old and very good advice.<br />
Wise women have always created more than one child because not all children survive. The odds are better now, but having less than 3 children is a plan for your family to fail.
It will take time and effort to move on, you may never really move on. Because she was your only child. Live, Love and Laugh remember the joy she has given you in the time she was in your life. Honor her memory by living as hard as it will be at times.
ouch...my heart just hurt. I can't even imagine the pain that would cause. =( I could only say it would be the absolute worst pain known! If it's you that lost your daughter, my heart goes out to you and I will pray that God helps ease your pain
I am sorry.I can't.I will breakdown
I have a 19 year old girl.i dont what i would do.
If she does ever cope, she deserves a good wack!
its really not possible... :-(((
now that is hard.. our children are supposed to outlive us as parents