Jayden Roberts
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  • San Antonio, TX
  • United States

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Death by Miscarriage - Are you still affected?See More
Nov 20, 2017
Jayden Roberts liked LegacyConnect's discussion Losing someone to illness
Nov 20, 2017
Jayden Roberts commented on Hillary's group When friends start avoiding you after you lose a loved one.
"Real friends are made for times of distress. (Proverbs 17:17) This just shows the attitude of the friends you have, Do they really care about you?"
Nov 20, 2017
Jayden Roberts joined Hillary's group

When friends start avoiding you after you lose a loved one.

After my brother passed away, my friends seemed like they cared for about 3 months. Now, they avoid me and hardly have anything to do with me. I wanted to start a group for this because I have heard that it happens a lot. It is so hurtful when we are already mourning a loved one, and people that we need the most, abandon us in our darkest hour. Also this is a good place to vent about what you have experienced because we can just let it all out.See More
Nov 20, 2017
Jayden Roberts is now a member of LegacyConnect
Nov 16, 2017

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anver liked Lisa W's group LOSS OF A SIBLING SUPPORT GROUP
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"Kittie we here on the East Coast feel sad about the devastation to Paradise. I hope you have miracles that David also believes in. God Bless"
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"Beautiful Flowers David. Thank You. Happy 80th Birthday! I recall reading that you visited your daughter in Fl. for your special BD!"
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