More than 32-hundred troops have been killed in the war in Iraq, leaving thousands of grieving families."On TV it's 1,7,10 people killed everyday and it's just like a knife stabbing in your heart," said Lois Nelson. Her son Sergeant Craig Nelson died more than two years ago. And as the war continues, the pain lives on. "I'm truly confused. It doesn't seem like we're fighting terrorism. It looks like we're just going around.... the boys are getting blown up and killed because these people are fighting amongst themselves. But they were doing that before we ever went." Sergeant Nelson was serving with the 1/156th Armored Battalion when his vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device. He would later die from those injuries. Over the past couple years Lois has tried moving on with her life and has even spent time with some other grieving families... helping them to cope with the pain only another parent can understand. "We talk and we comfort each other about our day to day lives." While she doesn't support the war anymore Lois says she still supports the men and women putting their lives on the line for our country. "Yes I support our troops. We have to support our troops. We have to support our troops by bringing them home."