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    Brace yourselves, it's a sad one. I do think it's a good article though and makes you understand a little more about a man's grief when losing a child.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...-reveals-.html

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    That was a phenomenal article. So dang sad, but so amazing to hear the Man's side! I mean, I still don't know how terribly affected Andrew was when we lost Taylin. now I have a little better idea.

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    thank you so much for posting that.
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    You're welcome Joee!

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    Yes sadly we don't really think about what goes through a father's mind when tragic things happen. But men are human and have feelings. Great article. Thanks for sharing.

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    OMG I had to stop myself from crying at this story (I'm at work). How unbearable for anyone to have to go through that. The thought of delivering my Trystan (or any of my other babies) not alive would gut me... I wouldn't be able to go on.
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    Great article. The first Miscarriage my husband and I experienced drove us apart. We were both hurting deeply. It wasnt' until months later in fight that all the pain both of us felt came out. We spent the night crying and holding each other. The second miscarriage we went through, we both knew how much the other was hurting and were able to be there for each other, while going through our grief. Men suffer as much as a woman does.
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    I'm replying so I'll be able to find this post later. I know I can't read it at work, after having a stillbirth and a child with cancer, I know it would hit too close to home. I'm getting teary just thinking about what the article says.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CamelNoodle View Post
    I'm replying so I'll be able to find this post later. I know I can't read it at work, after having a stillbirth and a child with cancer, I know it would hit too close to home. I'm getting teary just thinking about what the article says.
    Some people experience far too much tragedy in one life time!! I can only imagine what you have been through.

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