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    I've been reading the post here and I seem to be the only one that is 4 1/2 year after the loss and is still upset. I just not getting on with this on my own. So what I would like to know form the girls here that use them dos therapy help? Is there anyware allso I can go to get some help?
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    Hello

    Here is some info I found for PEI breavement support at this website:

    http://www.gov.pe.ca/infopei/index.p...r=51426&lang=E

    Bereaved Parents Association
    Bereaved Parents provides a place and opportunity for parents to come together:
    To introduce the various stages of grief as normal and natural.
    To provide support and comfort in the knowledge that you are not alone.
    For information on meetings closest to your area please call.

    Location
    Charlottetown (10 Liam Drive)
    For More Information
    Shirley Arsenault
    10 Liam Drive
    Stratford, PE
    C1B 1L5
    Telephone: (902) 569-2686

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    Stillborn And Neonatal Self-help Group

    Stillborn and Neonatal Self-Help Group was founded to provide support for others who have experienced the loss of a child because of a stillbirth or neonatal death. The group is very helpful for parents once they reach the point where they can talk about their child's death. The group encourages the parent to talk about their child's death. The group encourages the parent to talk about their feelings and experiences.

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    Charlottetown (75 Hillsboro Street
    There is a West Prince contact: Melanie MacPherson 836-5313) [On a map]
    For More Information
    Jean Coburn
    75 Hillsboro St.
    Charlottetown, PE
    C1A 7W6
    Telephone: (902) 892-0018

    I think it is completely normal that you are still grieving. I have talked to people who lost their child 5+ years and they still think of their baby every day. I think now that your daughter is growing up you are really getting a better picture of what you are missing out on not having your little boy with you. Please keep in touch and let me know if any of this information helps. I have been thinking about you a lot.


    I also found these website for you. HOpefully you can just copy and paste them onto the address line.

    http://www.macleanfh.com/Grief/

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    http://www.canadian-health-network.c...ID=284&lang=En


    This one might help with issues of how to talk with your daughter on Saturday. I'm not sure if this is open to the public or just to Native Canadians though.
    http://www.gpei.ca/infopei/index.php...er=5397&lang=E

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    Thank you I go look at those site.

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    I dont have much information about therapy but I think it is completely normal to still be upset about your baby. My sister lost her first son and he'd be 18 years old now- she still has some very rough days and thinks of him a lot.

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    I cant imagine a time when i wont miss both of my babies dearly.

    I tried therapy and the counsellor and i agreed that it wasnt for me. You could always give it a try and see if it works for you.

    Just dont think that you're wrong for still feeling sad.

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    I think therapy does help. You can seek out a licensed social worker who deals with grief or a physcologist who can help you to process what you are feeling. I don't think I will ever forget my baby but I am hoping that in 4 years it will not hurt as bad. If you are still really grieving and hurting about your loss then you need to see somebody.

    We are here for you but I think a grief counselor is your best option.

    (((HUGS)))
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    Hello Spiritwalker

    Hope today passed peacefully. Did you break down in front of your daughter? If so how did she handle it? I did think about you and your beloved son today.

    Just want you to know that I am thinking about you and I'm here if you need me. Feel free to send me a PM (private message).

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    Thanks for the inport eveone.

    Antionette, do not pass peacefully. But at listed this year some off me frineds come over and let me talk about it. My x-BF even show up at midnight so that I would not be alone and stay all night ith me. I don't brack down in front of your daughter. Wich was a good thing.

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    I'm sorry that you are suffering. Personally I think counselling does help a lot - it really has helped me over the years with a number of personal issues, including loss and grief. It can take a bit of time to find the right counsellor but I think it is worth the effort. I wish you peace and happiness

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