She just sank to the floor, a silent scream echoing through her head as her fists beat against the floor. But the thoughts wouldn't stop, the stream unending as she poured out everything that had been trapped inside. She wept as he bled out in the next room, howled as he gasped. Until they were both empty and gone. -JK

Miscarriage You were unsure which pain is worse-- the shock of what happened or the ache for what never will.

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Oh yes. Tell it, that surreal period in time. No one can even try to imagine what it is like until they also are forced to endure it.

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It was a surreal period in time. No one can even try to imagine what it is like until they also are forced to endure it. This day for me as 23 years ago on May still feels wrong that my dad died that many years ago.

Here is one of the worst things about having someone you love die:  It happens again every single morning.

Here is one of the worst things about having someone you love die: It happens again every single morning ~ Grief ~ Loss ~ Death

It's okay to grieve. It's okay to know that you loved deeply and are hurting because the one you loved is no longer able to be here with you. Embrace grief as a sign of your great love. Feel all the emotions that come with grief, experience it in the waves that it comes, and know that one day it will be okay. If not right now, then soon. - read: http://livepurposefullynow.com/how-to-thrive-in-times-of-trouble/

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