It's been just about a month since I lost my little girl. I was with friends last night that I had not seen since my miscarriage. So many of them started crying when they started talking to me yet I shed so few tears. I am hurting so badly on the inside but don't always show it on the outside. Does that make me a bad mother? I'm afraid they will think that I am just moving on really quickly. The grief now just comes in waves but it still is so real and painful. Do people on the outside understand this? I'm sure other mothers who have miscarried understand this. On an outside note I started reading Noah's Rainbow by David Fleming and I definitely recommend it to anybody going through this. Just have a box of tissues ready.
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