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Founded by rdh1981 on September 24, 2009
Hi:) I am new to this all, so here it goes..... My friend of the same age as me(15 years old) and her boyfriend(also the same age) were expecting a baby. Unfortunately, my friend lost her baby in a miscarriage. After what had happened, she decided to cut off our friendship. Now, her and boyfriend(used to be) don't talk anymore, but he still talks to me a bit. I want to be back being friends, but I don't know what to do. I have texted her, emailed her and called her, and she still won't reply. If her ex-boyfriend and I talk, we never bring up what has happened in the past. I guess my question, is what do I do now? Any experiences? And advise?
Thanks, (Jackie) Jay
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