I have never felt guilty about my baby's death 32 years ago - she had a condition that was incompatible with life, nothing I did caused the condition. But I am feeling very guilty that I ignored her death for most of the past 32 years. I don't really want any "advice" about this, and I certainly don't want to hear "don't feel guilty, it's not your fault." I just want to be able to say/write something that is going round and round in my head, in the hope that my brain will quieten down.Can what I am doing now - thinking and talking about her, creating memories - make up for all that neglect? I hope so.
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