I find myself dreading this coming weekend. Friday was my deceased brothers Birthday and Sunday was my due date. To make matters worse, my husband had to go on a business trip all week and won't be home until Saturday. My other brother, who went through 2 miscarriages with his first wife, so he can really understand, is on his honeymoon. And my mother-in-law, who I love dearly, is the only family in town, and she thinks I "should be over it by now." She hasn't out and out said that but about three weeks after my m/c she was surprised I was still mourning. So, I feel very alone on a week when I know I need a lot of support...so I'm turning to you guys. How do I get through this week alone, without falling apart on my 2 children?
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