My little girl was still in me when her heart stopped beating. I was 30. Now I am in my 40's and divorced and I have had no more children. I wanted to...I couldn't. The grief is overwhelming me today as my good friend's son died on Friday and the visitation is tomorrow. So many women who have miscarried have gone on to be blessed with other children. This is not my story. The grief is overwhelming. Anybody go through this out there? Also, I've had difficulty talking about this as I so couldn't handle someone saying..'at least she wasn't born' again. So painful!
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