I know this didn't happen to me, but I am mourning. I feel awful because my sister won't talk. We don't know exactly what happened, where the baby is ect. She won't even really acknowledge that she had a still born baby two days ago. I am really, really worried about her. I don't know what to do. My mom and I want to have a service for the baby but she won't let us. I understand the awful feelings, being a mother my self, but I feel she needs to do something. Does it get better? Has it not been enough time yet. I don't want to push. I don't know.
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