An English couple, probably in their 60s, told me a story they thought they had forgotten. They were in their 20s when they lost their firstborn baby. There was a complication during the delivery and the doctor did the best for both mother and child, but the child did not survive. They didn’t tell anybody about this story and I was the first person they told.
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