One of my friends just had a miscarriage as well, so we have been chatting back and forth. It is kinda hard for me though because she is kinda care free about the whole thing. She just talks about how much closer this has brought her to God and how great she is doing, and I feel horrible because I'm still trying to pick up the pieces 3 months after mine! Maybe she is just hiding her feelings, but "great" is the last word I would have used to describe how I was doing through all this. She also keeps saying she already has one son, so that has made it easier (which I do not have any other children, so maybe that is why?) I just don't get it and it has made it hard for me to relate to her. But at the same time she seems to want to talk to me about it, and I want to be there for her. I'm just having a hard time supporting her when it seems I'm the one who needs more support!!
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