I am new to this support group and I am hoping to find some contacts with similar experiences that might be able to understand the loss of my baby Isabelle. My daughter was born still after not feeling movement at 8 months pregnant. It's only been 9 weeks and although I feel deeply and profoundly sad, today i'm not lifeless. But this is the worst pain that I've every had to feel and I just need to know that others have been were I'm at and that they too understand. I've been to the support group twice offered at our hospital and I left feeling worse. I'm still in survival mode with barely enough energy to get thru a day, but so slowly getting back into life. It's such a rollercoaster of emotions.. although the good times are only that I remembered to brush my teeth and the lows and the sideways twists leave me breathless at times. I need to meet others so when those lows and sieways come I have others to reach out to. Thank you for listening.
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