On Tuesday I was told my baby was having heart failure. Later that afternoon his heart gave up. That evening they induced labor and 19 hours later i gave birth to my stillborn son Christian David. All I can do is cry, I don't want to get out of bed in the morning or all day for that matter. My husband went back to work today and I feel like this is not affecting him like it should. Is he bottling up his feelings, how can I get him to talk?
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