About 3 days before Christmas of'08 I had my 1st doctors appt. only to find out that my baby had died about a week earlier. I was almost 9 weeks along @ that point and seemed to be doing very well. Hurt, devastated and not to mention the holidays literally days away made this whole thing very difficult. Now over 2 months later I still find it rather difficult to talk talk about and I'm still sad. Is this normal? My family is not close to where I live and it seems that whenever I want to talk about this either to my family or my bf the general response is to simply "get over it". Now, I'm ready to talk and nobody will listen. To make things worse a so-called close friend of mine and her husband are trying to have a baby. She calls me all the time to ask questions about "being pregnant". It hurts. I want to tell her that I know that I'm not the only person she knows that has been pregnant. Please help 'cuz I gotta get this out.
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