I lost my daughter. I thought I’d have to put it behind me forever, but I didn’t. I kept thinking about her. I wondered if I’d ever see her again. I kept wondering if I’d write a book. I kept wondering how I’d live my life after she was gone. I kept wondering if I’d ever write again. And I kept thinking about how I’d raise my daughter.
You don’t have to go through that alone. There are a million other people who have also had one of their own taken from them and who will tell you their stories. And there’s a lot of other people who feel like they’re being forced to grow up too fast. The thing is that there is a chance that you’re not going to be that person.
This is the one time in life that I can’t imagine not writing a book. I have already finished the second volume of my memoirs, and the third is just a couple of weeks away. This time I’m writing for myself, instead of Id. Ive been thinking about writing for quite a while too. Maybe I will. One of the things that I’ve always wanted to say is that I wasnt born with a voice. I was born with a voice.
Although I am a firm believer in the power of words, I was raised a bit more by my father than my mother. I remember the way he taught me to say “I love you” in a way that made it sound like I was kissing him.
So I think the funny thing is, Ive always been a pretty good listener. The person I am now, and that is a person who will write with you, is still so much more than I am. Ive learned a lot from my parents, and Ive gained a lot from my wife. So I think its safe to say that my parents taught me to listen, and that my wife is teaching me to listen to her.
It’s funny, because what you hear your father talk about in your head is very different from what he’s trying to say in his words. You can hear my dad tell me to make sure I take care of myself and to not get caught up in drama, but he’s still trying to communicate to me that he’s not there anymore. He’s still trying to talk to me, even though he can’t talk to me.
And as my wife is talking to me, I listen to her, but I cant hear her. I cant hear my wife talking to me. I cant hear my wife in my head. I cant tell if she’s saying something I’d like to hear or if she’s not saying anything at all. Its frustrating, because I want her to have a voice in my head. I want to hear her say things I want to hear.
I have to say that I find it hard to believe that people who have been through infertility loss (or loss of something they love) would not be able to hear their spouse. I’m not saying that everyone has this ability, but I would imagine that many women who had previously had children, and/or who had previously been married and had children, would be able to hear their loved ones if they were in the same room with them.
As for whether or not parenting infertility loss is possible I don’t know. I think it is. The woman I’m talking about has said she’s already adopted, but that the only person she has ever known is her husband, so she has no other person in her life to be able to hear. I think what this woman needs is to be able to hear her partner as she talks to me. I think that is probably what she will need more than anything.
In fact, I believe it is possible for a woman to hear her husband talk to her in a room with a door to her room. I think what will occur is that she will begin to think of a door as a person and will start to think that it is possible for her to hear her husband in a room with a door. She will start to think that it is possible for her to hear her husband even when he is in another room with her.