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Old February 13th, 2014, 06:38
hazelharris hazelharris is offline
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hi gina thanks for sharing this wonderful friendship with us all and i know this is only my opinion to your question on telling this man of the baby but i would say (note in big letters) NO NO NO let this man keep his dreams of what could have been if you tell him so many things will hurt him why she didn't share the news with him, his baby died, she suffered alone, resent you from keeping this from him even resent you for telling him and many more he might guess she had it terminated then you will be doing your friends memory a disservice love may turn to hate in his mind if he found out of course he may be more understanding but don't take that risk some things are best left in the past it's a confidence she shared with you and it was her decision to keep it that way
this is only my opinion but i hope it gives you something to think about before you do anything love to you hazel xxx
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