I'm sorry. I've been there and it is painful. It is a grieving process and you need to move through it as you would for any other loss. Talk about it when you're ready, perhaps find forums or support groups online for women who have dealt with it, particularly if you have fears of future miscarriages or any health concerns. There are some things that only time can truly heal.
Losing a child to miscarriage or stillbirth is tragic. The Catholic perspective validates the life of your child and offers hope that you can still be connected on earth and will meet in heaven read more
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