Michelle
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Michelle joined Gyla Lynn Darden's group
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Loss of a child In memory of my son or daughter

This group focuses on healing ourselves and each other over the death of a child and welcomes a Christian atmosphere to help with the healing process. I welcome all of those grieving.See More
Feb 8
Michelle updated their profile
Nov 17, 2023
Michelle is now a member of Online Grief Support - A Social Community
Nov 17, 2023

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About Me:
I am a Mom to a beautiful angel, forever 25. She left this world almost 3 months ago. She was my world, and now I grieve.
About my Loss:
Caitlynn, my daughter my angel, was killed by an inattentive driver.
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dream moon JO B commented on Karen's group I miss my Mom!
"i miss mom so mush i do"
Thursday
Susan E Marshall commented on Susan E Marshall's photo
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My husband

"Thanks, Rosie. (I have memory problems and forgot about this site. I'm just seeing this now. April 6th)"
Apr 6
Susan E Marshall and William Gardener are now friends
Apr 6
Natasha updated their profile
Apr 5
Angie Rowland joined Rita-Cecile's group
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LESBIAN ..GAY 2 SPIRITED loss and grief

Anyone who has lost their gay partner..soon finds that there may be a few things that are different...such as sorting through things and feeling like an intruder because it is also family stuff etcSee More
Apr 3
Speed Weasel posted a blog post

Assumptions

An assumption is an unexamined belief: what is thought to be true without ever really realizing that we think in that way. For better or worse, understanding starts with entertaining the idea that something is true.  Truly profound thoughts generally come to light from the relaxation of these (flawed) assumptions.  This is where I find myself today...Perhaps, one of the more significant drivers to pushing down the loss and grief at the time of the accident, ignoring it and mindlessly walking…See More
Mar 13
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Mar 13
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Mar 5

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