It has been four years this August since my Conner passed. My pregnancy was very hard. He was very sick. But I find that my gief has gotton worse. After I got home from the hosptial things just went back to normal. I was just numb didn't feel anything. But as time has went on I have started to feel a lot. I don't remember much of the day he died. I don't know if it was because my mind was trying to protect itself or I was in shock. I just know that I have a 19 month son I need to take care of. It feels like Conner and my pain from lossing him is standing in the way of me being the best mother I can. Is this normal or have I not delt with it..
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