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I Will Carry You by Angie  Smith
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Sep 22, 11

Read in May, 2011

I read this book as a recommendation after giving birth to a stillborn child earlier this year. She shares her amazing story of courage and strength through a time that could be extremely depressing and discouraging. I could relate so much with her story, especially the feelings after her baby was born and died. The lonely feeling is oftentimes crippling. I have chose this as my book of choice for a book club so that others might better understand me and why I've changed so much. The experience was life changing, beyond anything I can ever explain. IT is my hope that Angie's feelings will help others better understand infant loss and not be so hush-hush about it. It happens, it's real, it hurts. Great story, Angie. Thanks for sharing!
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