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I would like to share a part of my story in a project sponsored by Chikapowwow as their CSR campaign in support of PruKasih.

Living Through The Loss Of Someone We love...

One of the living nightmares in life is that we do not expect the unexpected to happen and when it does, the loss of someone we dearly love left a great impact and emptiness in our hearts….

That's my first paragraph... if you can spare a moment to read on, just click on the title above...

For more inspiring real life stories written from our fellow Malaysians,  just click here...

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God Bless...


  1. So touching and my tears just dropped by itself while reading your story.

  2. I saw...and I liked and shared on Facebook. Like I mentioned there, I am proud for you are my friend. You're an admirable woman and mother, Claire.

  3. Mery: oh dear.. then I better dont read it..

    stp: I am sure as parents to our kids, we will do whatever we can for our kids.. thanks for sharing..

  4. you are such a strong woman..god bless you..stay happy as always..

  5. I am glad that you have chosen to be happy! You are the strong and a wonderful mother. You deserve the best. God bless you and be happy always !

  6. I am fortunate that my husband, kids, and grandkids are all healthy and alive. I can't imagine being without one of them. But, as you so beautifully pointed out, life goes on and you must choose to be happy. It's a wise choice, Claire! God bless!

  7. I am always proud of have done well and your anak anak shall "repay" one day,

    and may the Good Lord continue to strengthen you in years to come,so that you could enjoy the "fruit of your labor| ya

  8. So touching. You are a strong and loving mother. Thumbs Up to you. God Bless.

  9. Unexpected things happen in we need to be prepared for it......touching...

  10. All I could say, thank you Lord for sending such a wonderful mum who surpass them all...

    Thank you mum for these years..

  11. I can relate a bit...with the departure of my late mom...

  12. that was moving i would love to see its whole


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