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Couple shares story of stillborn daughter, foundation she inspired

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  • My2Cents Taylorsville, UT
    Oct. 28, 2011 6:17 a.m.

    I understand people having to grieve and be sad about their losses but stories like this are more saddening to hear than the death of a loved one. Life comes and goes and why people want to spend all their time and life grieving and keep reminding themselves of their grief is incomprehensible. I think it stalls moving on and becoming useful to themselves and others who need them. Their memories are theirs and they are private and precious, so they should keep them that way.

  • guswetrust Cebterville, Utah
    Oct. 28, 2011 6:00 p.m.

    The death of a child is especially hard I have heard. I think the article is really telling us about a foundation started to help parents deal with grief. Support and love is appreciated. My friend just lost premature twins and he said the people that came in and helped was really helpful to them in showing them ways to help the siblings grieve and help them. It can't hurt. Don't be so hard on other people's experiences. Sometimes just to cathart is the best way of letting go of all.If the article doesn't interest you, don't read it.