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We all have problems in our life but some how life goes onIf you were to lose your closest friend family member or a loved one would you have the strength to go on Steel Magnolias is a great example of just that Maline is a mother in this movie that has to suffer the tragedy of losing her only daughter Shelby is the name of Malines daughter Shelby was a diabetic and wasnt physically able to withstand giving birth She was told by her family and doctors that it wasnt worthtaking the risk Shelby had this to say about the whole thing Id rather have 30 minutes of joy than a life time of nothing She uses that to explain to her mother Maline that she was going to take the risk of having a baby no matter how steep the risk wasWe all take a risk or two in our life time It can either pay off meaning you gain something or end up a tragedy meaning you lose something Unfortunately Maline did lose some thing she lost her one and only daughter Throughout the whole movie certain aspects make Maline stand out as a strong big hearted women that held her daughter as her highest priority Maline new in her heart that when Shelby had gotten pregnant it could Shelby gave birth to a beautiful young healthy baby boy Which they named Jack Jr after the fraternal father Jack Shelby finally did get the one and only thing that meant the most to her Everything seemed to go well for Shelby and her family until right around Jack Jrs first birthday I suppose it was Halloween night because Shelby was just about to take Jack Jr to go trick or treating when she suddenly fainted and fell into a coma Jack came home to a hysterical Jack Jr only to find out the reason he was crying was becauseof his mom Shelby
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