Hi I lost my husband to cancer 3 years ago when we were just 27, he was and is the love of my life I was lucky enough to have spent 7 years with him and the past few years have just been extremely devastatingly hard , but with his help from above and with the help of a really good friend I found the strenght that I never knew I had . Ive forced myself out to meet people but the single market is horrible and nothing like I remember it when I was 19 . No one compares to what we had together. I find myself at a stage in my life where im craving a baby because we both had planned to have our baby at 30 and I feel like I am now mourning the baby we will never have. My friend has been great but she is younger than me and doesnt understand. All my other friends and family are getting on with their lives , getting married and having babies, its killing me inside , I have to act all happy when people announce that they are expecting , im normally really strong but it feels like im being taunted by people shoving it in my face. HELP
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