Im so sorry for your loss. Xox
(And I dont think you're a selfish cow at all, dont worry xo)
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08-09-2014 20:49 #11
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08-09-2014 20:54 #12
Sorry for your loss OP. It would be so hard to have that constant reminded. Treat yourself kindly, be good to yourself.
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08-09-2014 20:55 #13Senior Member
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I'm so sorry for your loss *hugs*
One of our close friends had the same due date as one of our angel babies... It was horrible. I couldn't get excited for them at all and every update was like a punch in the stomach. So I can imagine this must be 100x worse given the media attention.
Sending you lots of hugs. Look after yourself xx
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08-09-2014 20:58 #14
So sorry for your loss op I wouldn't blame you for getting upset at yet another announcement especially with the amount of attention surrounding it. I've had a mc and anything to do with pregnancy was all too much to handle for some time You're only human, I don't think anybody could think badly of you for that.
Hugs for you xoxo
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08-09-2014 20:59 #15
I'm very sorry for your loss.
Do yourself a favour and just kick FB and media for a few days, maybe instead retreat to journals and games or whatever makes you feel good. Because constant reminders suck and you need to heal a little bit before you can even think about facing those reminders. Just a thought I'm so sorry.
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08-09-2014 21:04 #16
Miscarriage is heartbreaking and devastating. I am so sorry you are suffering op. Please ignore people who think they can tell you how to grieve or that you shouldn't grieve.
My first angel bub was due on mothers day 8 yrs ago and still every year I find that day emotional and tinged with sadness.
Hugs hun x
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08-09-2014 21:08 #17
I am sorry for your loss. Please try not to mark off hers or anyone else milestones against the milestones that your aren't having. I have been there and done that. It doesn't help.
Ps. Try blocking all Kate stories from your newsfeed.
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08-09-2014 21:09 #18
I haven't suffered a miscarriage before. But I have been/am going through a profound loss and grief of my own (not trying to compare or win points here). It feels as though suddenly everyone else that I care about's lives are suddenly coming together - everyone is landing on their feet, finding happiness, being successful, while I flounder here in sadness and uncertainty. As much as I know I should be feeling happy for others, and I really do try, on some days it makes my own situation feel all the more hopeless and depressing.
I can't even imagine how much harder it would be if it was around me 24/7 a la Kate's pregnancy. I can switch off to a certain extent, but this will be everywhere, for a while at least. However you want to feel is fine, and I think BH is so important because it provides an opportunity for us to do that - to express our pain or our joy or our fear. It's not like you've gone up to Kate and yelled in her face. I hope you feel better at some point, and please, please seek help if you are struggling.
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08-09-2014 21:12 #19
Big hugs xx I had a friend due close to when my angel baby was due and it was very hard watching her pregnancy progress when I knew I should be there going through it all with her.
It is hard, but the pain does ease eventually. You never forget completely though. I really hope you have a baby in your arms very soon xx
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08-09-2014 21:29 #20
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