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  1. sherry snyder
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    this is beyond true as many times I find myself becoming mean to my fur babies. they didn’t do anything wrong, but I miss my Mike so much that I just get myself upset feeling as they are bugging me. I don’t mean to get upset and do a lot of crying afterward. I tell myself that it isn’t that serious and I breathe and hug the babies then. it is rapidly pushing 16 months and find that I cry harder and harder.

    • Mary Francis
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      Dear Sherry – Don’t be too hard on yourself. We all struggle, cry and over react as we grieve at different times in our journey. The main thing is that you are allowing yourself to feel and are not shutting down your emotions. Having your fur babies to love is one of the best ways to heal your broken heart. Take care, Mary Francis

  2. patricia hill
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    I lost my daughter suddenly to a long illness on march23rd. My husband was on hospice , n he died April 10th. Too soon but his heart gave out. I was with him thank God. I am lost, hard to believe she is really gone. My husband I have so many issues to work through. I miss him so much the pain has me stuck in bed or bedroom. There is nothing anyone can say to help me. I don’t know what to do.

    • Mary Francis
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      Dear Patricia, You just lost your daughter and then your husband – you don’t have to know what to do. It’s just enough to breath and live. Don’t put any pressure on yourself by expecting to have life like it was before this. Your new future has yet to be determined. Let yourself grieve and let your heart have time to heal. There will come a time “to do”, but for now just let yourself grieve. Take care and be safe. Mary Francis

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