How dare anyone, tell a mother, not to cry behind the death of her son? "When I Grow Up" Documentary speaks with three mothers who have lost their sons to senseless gun violence; their ...
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How dare anyone, tell a mother, not to cry behind the death of her son? "When I Grow Up" Documentary speaks with three mothers who have lost their sons to senseless gun violence; their memories of their sons and all of the things they still wanted to do in life was shared. It is a crazy world we are living in now. Be it 7, 17, 27, 37 years old, death cared nothing about a number....but there was still so much life to live.
I heard you asking another female to view this at work and give you a rating, I don't see how anyone could hear heartbreaking stories like theirs and not give you a 10, it would be wrong. It was sad, but very real, how a person could not rate this a 10 would be crazy. Great job Tish. Much respect to the ladies for sharing their sons lives.
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