Well I joined this site yesterday. I guess if there is anything I need to get off my chest... right here would be the place to do it. 3 years ago I lost my fiancee and my son in a car accident... she was 6months pregnant and we were on our way to the doctor for a check up... We were hit by a drunk driver... I would rather not go into detail about the crash or what I saw... but its something a man should never have to see.... I worked at a nursing home for years... I am used to death... but this wasn't the same... this was taken from me... something that can never be replaced.... i dont know what to do anymore... its been three years and it still hurts so bad..... I really need help... please reply....
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