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Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle is a wife, mother, grandmother, international speaker, catechist, pilgrimage leader, an award-winning and best-selling journalist and author of over twenty-five books, TV Host of EWTN’s “Everyday Blessings For Catholic Moms,” "Catholic Mom's Cafe,” and "Feeding Your Family's Soul," which she created. She knew St. Mother Teresa for ten years. St. John Paul II blessed her work on Mother Teresa. Donna-Marie writes for L'Oservatore Romano, National Catholic Register, Magnificat magazine, Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly, Catholic World Report, and Integrated Catholic Life and more. Visit DonnaCooperOBoyle.com.

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  1. Ok, so you probably don’t want a comment from a guy, but when my wife had a miscarriage years back she felt a range of emotions consistent with loss and ones value. But what I want to draw attention to was that as she started talking about it to friends and family, a very common response was, ‘yea…that happened to me once’. I don’t know how common it is, as I’ve never researched to topic, I only cared about my wife. But I think it was comforting to know that it isn’t rare and others …many people close to her, have had that happen. Se also was able to talk about it and see how well things turn out for the other women she knows. I only say this because people want to bottle these things up and I say a 180degree flip in a brief period of time when she received solace from friends and family.

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