I have been a member for a few months & reading often. I have not been emotionally ready to talk but now feel I really have to. I lost my precious baby three months ago and have been having a really rough time trying to "deal & cope". I feel I was starting to be able to control my emotions around people when life just beat me down again. My best friend within three months of my sons death passed away from cancer. I watched my son take his last breath and now I have watched my best friend take hers. I have been helping to take care of her children for awhile now & they are helping me hide my pain, but I feel it boiling inside me and my anger and fears are growing everyday. I am so upset and angry that I am loosing my loved ones and am scared who may be next. I feel as if a dark cloud is above me and pouring down on everyone I love. How do you live with the death of your baby without having your friend to keep you strong. She helped me more than she ever knew & I spent my time trying to help her. How do you keep "coping & dealing"? I am hoping that talking to others who have had to deal with such grief may somehow help me.
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