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We are now introducing our new
Ectopic Pregnancy Awareness Pin!
  For Jessica, lost to Cornual Ectopic pregnancy at 13 weeks, April 25, 2003

Being a victim is a state of mind dictated by others. A survivor dictates his or her own state of mind.

A victim fears the moments of grief. A survivor welcomes those moments!

A victim knows about feeling down and tries to stay up. A survivor knows feeling down is okay.

A victim tries hard to hide the tears. A survivor never leaves home without kleenex.

A victim struggles to maintain a state of normalcy. A survivor knows normal no longer exists.

A victim gets caught in isolation. A survivor reaches out when they need to.

A victim is afraid they in time will forget. A survivor knows they never will!

A victim sometimes feels guilty laughing. A survivor laughs through their tears.

A victim tries at times to block out the memories. A survivor embraces memories of all kinds.

A victim wants someone to cure his or her grief. A survivor just wants someone to share his or her journey.

A victim struggles to get over their grief. A survivor fights to get through it.

A victim tries to get on with their life. A survivor lives their life knowing nothing will ever be the same.

A victim says, “Oh I'm okay”...then secretly cries. A survivor openly cries... and says, “I'm okay.”

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