I recently had a miscarriage, and I didn't tell my boyfriend about it for a few weeks. It happened (I didn't know I was even pregnant until it did), I freaked out, broke up with him because I didn't want him to find out because I figured he would blame me, and something inside me was just making me mad at him. But eventually, I figured I'd tell him about it and apologize for acting the way I did because he couldn't understand why I was so angry with him. When I told him he understood....at first, and then he basically told me that it's my fault for not taking my birth control on time, and he doesn't want to be with me because I'm irrisponsible, and he has been absolutly NO support throughout this whole thing.He says he needs time, but I'm preety sure he just wants to have his fun with other girls, and then have me waiting for him when he decides he's done. As if losing a baby and having someone make me feel like it's all my fault isn't enough, I lost my other half as well. I've been in kind of a rut ever since. I don't think I've been really happy for even a minute since. If anyone has any advice on how to deal with this please write!
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