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- Our baby’s due date was set for this week. It’s strange how 5.5 months on I still feel echoes of the surgery pain. You see, because of my heart, I had to stay awake for the entire surgery. As if having a miscarriage isn’t traumatic enough. Any cramp, any twinge of pain in my stomach brings me right back to that gurney in the Leeds hospital, where a darling Yorkshire nurse talked to me about American celebrities the entire time. 5.5 months forward and I still cry myself to sleep most nights. That’s the weird thing about grief- your loss can feel so far away and present all at the same time. And until we have the space to properly grieve, I imagine this will continue to feel raw. People like to give their opinions in these moments. Try to make you feel better with false hopes and comments that really have no merit. All we need- those of us working through grief, is someone to help hold us up or to just give us a hug. Send a heart- ask how you can help. Just some thoughts from a broken hearted mama πŸ’• What has helped you when grieving? #ihadamiscarriage
- Our baby’s due date was set for this week. It’s strange how 5.5 months on I still feel echoes of the surgery pain. You see, because of my heart, I had to stay awake for the entire surgery. As if having a miscarriage isn’t traumatic enough. Any cramp, any twinge of pain in my stomach brings me right back to that gurney in the Leeds hospital, where a darling Yorkshire nurse talked to me about American celebrities the entire time. 5.5 months forward and I still cry myself to sleep most nights. That’s the weird thing about grief- your loss can feel so far away and present all at the same time. And until we have the space to properly grieve, I imagine this will continue to feel raw. People like to give their opinions in these moments. Try to make you feel better with false hopes and comments that really have no merit. All we need- those of us working through grief, is someone to help hold us up or to just give us a hug. Send a heart- ask how you can help. Just some thoughts from a broken hearted mama πŸ’• What has helped you when grieving? #ihadamiscarriage
- Our baby’s due date was set for this week. It’s strange how 5.5 months on I still feel echoes of the surgery pain. You see, because of my heart, I had to stay awake for the entire surgery. As if having a miscarriage isn’t traumatic enough. Any cramp, any twinge of pain in my stomach brings me right back to that gurney in the Leeds hospital, where a darling Yorkshire nurse talked to me about American celebrities the entire time. 5.5 months forward and I still cry myself to sleep most nights. That’s the weird thing about grief- your loss can feel so far away and present all at the same time. And until we have the space to properly grieve, I imagine this will continue to feel raw. People like to give their opinions in these moments. Try to make you feel better with false hopes and comments that really have no merit. All we need- those of us working through grief, is someone to help hold us up or to just give us a hug. Send a heart- ask how you can help. Just some thoughts from a broken hearted mama πŸ’• What has helped you when grieving? #ihadamiscarriage

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