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After ALL My Daughter has gone through.......
The never ending Bleeding AND Pain....HE has the nerve to say: “We Can Try Again!”
OMG! I want to kill him!

She had a miscarriage in March of 2008, and now another in March of 2009, and he wants to try again!
He is just that determined to make sure she doesn’t leave him. He needs that connection!

He is a piece of $***!  

Instead of Growing the hell Up, getting an Education, and maybe a damn JOB......HE wants to try again to bring a child into this world!

I am so ANGRY!!

Wait until I get my hands on him!! I despise this guy!! He’s 22 and worth NOTHING!! He spends his Days SLEEPING, and Nights playing XBox!!

OMG, I am so..............



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      Mztracy wrote Mar 21, 2009
    • WOW!! I am so very sorry this happened and seems to be happening again to her. I hope she can find the strength to get away from this kind of toxic relationship!!  

      Just be there for her mom like you have been. I have a feeling she will find her way w/o him in the future!!
      blessings!!
      xoxo



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      Mary Clark wrote Mar 22, 2009
    • WOW IS RIGHT!  Why would you bring a child into this world and you don’t have an education nor a job?  I do hope your daughter will see the light and as mztracy said..get away from this toxic relationship.



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      UK Girl wrote Mar 22, 2009
    • Oh, honey it must be heart breaking for you.

      All you can do it hope she works out of the toxic relationship ........



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      Vikki Hall wrote Mar 22, 2009
    • Wow! All you can do is support your daughter and help her see that her body deserves to be healthy and respected. Along her self esteem. She is lucky to have you care so much.



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      Kelly Robertson wrote Mar 22, 2009
    • We do the best we can when raising our children, but alas, they become adults and make their own decisions and it’s out of our span of control. Being the mother of adult children, I feel your pain. However, all we can do is PRAY for them and WHEN THEY ASK US, offer our advice. My motto is never to interfere and never to offer my opinion to my adult children unless they ask. Getting angry does not serve us. Praying for a positive outcome does and “being there” when THEY ARE READY is, in my opinion, what we should always do. My kids all turned out pretty okay, so I guess I’m either lucky or my thinking is right-on.  Who knows?  Love to you and your family, kelly



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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Mar 22, 2009
    • Most important is how your daughter thinks about him and the pregnancy?  It may be better to communicate and work on your daughter 744444444444444444444444444444444444444444  (ha ha, the 74.. was done by the kitty, sorry).  Also please work together with the OBYGN for the best health of your daughter.

      Many thoughts and prayers and blessings.



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      Denise Richardson wrote Mar 22, 2009
    • I can totally understand your feelings because it is your daughter and you want so much more for her and her life, but we as parents must also understand that it is their life and they have to take the stand to stand up for their lives, if she is allowing this guy to do what he does there is really nothing much you can do but be there for her in a supportive way and pray, pray, pray until something happens, and I shall join you and interceed for you and your family.



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      Renee Robinson wrote Jun 28, 2009
    • You all are absolutely phenomenal women!!!  Thank you for being here.

      I’m a fairly new member—some months now, and trying to navigate and read on the site.  I have read so many wise and timely, caring comments to others that I just had to respond.

      I now know unequivocally where I can come to when I have a problem to work out or talk out.  May God Bless you all.

      Renee



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