I miscarried my baby of 3mos. My baby's father walked out on me. After the loss & surgery on Aug.07 I moved back home w/ my parents. My sister-in-law is now pregnant & is hard for me when she visits my parents. I decided to move out. My mother didn't like the idea, she feels that I'm running away, I'm making my sister-in-law feel bad for her pregnancy, that I'm making seem that I'm envy her. She said that it wasn't my sister-in-law's faul that she got pregnant. She doesn't understand that I would like to be alone w/ my pain. I don't seem to get over it & would like to focus on me, seek counseling, etc. I don't want her to keep making me feel guilty for stuff like that. I don't need that right now. She expects me to be like I used to & resume my normal activities. I CAN'T...I have my days when I feel so, so, and some that I feel sad and empty. All I'm asking from her is her understading & love. She is the only thing I've got...my friends are gone they have not undertand me either. I'm dealing w/ this on my own & help of God. He has been my main comfort. Do any of you know of any materials in Spanish that I can give to my mother?
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