I am in my early twenties and three weeks ago found out that I had a miscarriage. I didn't even know that I was pregnant. I took the news pretty hard. I mean, I found out all at once that I was pregnant but lost the child. I was expecting on having a baby anytime soon and I am struggling. I debated for awhile on whether or not to tell my boyfriend, but decided that it was the right thing to do. He took the news in shock and didn't say much, in fact he never wanted to talk about anything. A week later, he broke up with me. I suppose the news was too much for him to handle. But I don't know how to handle the loss. I have never experienced this and I don't have any friends who can relate with my situation. So although they are compassionate and always available to talk with, they can't relate to the emotions that I am going through. I guess I just need some people to talk to, that can relate to what I am going through and help me figure out a way to keep my composure and make it through this. I don't know who else to turn to and I just need someone.
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