I lost my baby several weeks ago and its still so hard for me to move forward. The worst part of all of this is that my boyfreind thinks I'm overeracting to the miscarriage. He keeps saying that it was natures way of letting us know we werent ready, and that I should be comforted by the fact that I can try again in a few years when we are better prepared. I cant seem to get him to understand that just because we werent planning to have a baby doesnt mean that I didnt have an instant connection and love for the baby the second I found out I was pregnant. I think what makes me most angry is the fact that while I'm crying and thinking about what stage of pregnancy I would be in if I hadnt lost the baby, he seems so relaxed so calm and even relieved at the fact that he doesnt have to be a father yet. I know he wasnt ready but I just didnt expect him to be effected so little by the loss of our child. I'm not sure what to do.
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