My soulmate passed away on March 10, at around 1 AM in the morning. He was a Marine who fault hard for this country. He had to work late Friday night. I was here in WV visiting my parents. On his way home there was a wreck in front of him, he stopped to lend a helping hand. In one vehicle a mother and baby were trapped. My boyfriend helped her out, then he proceded to return to get the baby out of the vehicle. While he was getting the baby out a Semi truck proceeded to come his way out of control. He was able to pitch the baby to the side, out of harms way. However he was unable to make it out of the way in time. He lived for a short while, long enough to write me and my son a letter in the ambulance. I am having so much trouble dealing with this. Knowing my love died alone. I can not eat, I can not sleep. I barely know how Im going to make it through the next hour. My parents are supportive, as is my brother. But they dont understand my pain. This is the second death of a boyfriend I have had to deal with. With my fiancee being the hardest. Can anyone give advice or offer any help. I just want to know Im not alone in this. I need help but I dont know where to turn. Thank you for taking the time to read this.
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