I know men don't greive like we do, but do they even care? My husband never really said anything about the m/c. He didn't tell anyone or anything. Then the other night out of the blue, while having an argument about something completely deffernet, he says, "You knew you were pregnant. That's why you kept taking the birth control, b/c it says not to. It's your fault. You knew you were pregnant." I did NOT know. I feel guilty and awful as it is. Is this his way of placing blame/grieving? OR is he just an jerk? Did any of you experience this?
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