I have lost four of my babies to miscarraige. For a long time I was very bitter and angry, now, finally I am in a good place. I feel honoured to have been their mother, however briefly our time together was. The struggle I face now is forgiveness for all of the hurtfull (and ignorant) comments made during my grief. I am struggling to forgive my best friend. Her cruel words and actions replay over and over in my mind. I know it was ignorance. I sincerly want to move past this, life is too short to hold a grudge. Any advice is appriciated.
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