Struggling a bit today. Couldn't sleep last night and when I drifted off I woke up with a bit of a panic attack. It's hard to see smiling moms and beautiful babies and joyous pregnant people everywhere. It's not that I envy or begrudge them their joy, but I just wish we could be as lucky. It's so unfair. My heart is broken, and my wonderful husband looks a hundred years old. I wish I could take this sorrow away but I feel as if I'm drowning. And nobody around me understands. Does this sense of isolation go away? Because I'm usually a strong person and I feel so helpless right now. What can I do?
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