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Old 05-28-2012, 10:42 AM   #32
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Re: What no one tells you about a miscarriage - graphic

jacquelinemarie82: SO true. After we announced our m/c to our friends and family many came forward to tell me that they also suffered a loss...we NEVER knew?! How odd. Some of them just brushed it off. A couple friends even said, "Well some women don't even know they are pregnant at 12 weeks", "Your kids would have been really close in age, it's for the best.", "Honestly, I am not surprised." This process reminded me how cruel people can be in a sad situation. Often people do not know what to do or say around death whether it be a m/c or another type of death. Other people were very supportive and brought us dinners, watched our girls or just let me talk about it or stay silent. My hope is that more of us share so women know it is okay to talk about this, why would you want to feel all of these feelings alone?
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baby C born at home April 2013 and R forever in my heart.
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