I was 6-8 weeks along about 3 weeks ago, and found out that I had a miscarriage. About a week later I found out that my sister is also about 6-8 weeks along. I can't talk to her, look at her, or listen to her go on and on about how the dad is a jerk, and that she is mad at him, and that she isn't feeling well. It is irritating, and upsetting. She brought a baby home after work today, and I yelled at her and went to my room to cry. I can't stand the site, smell or thought of a baby in my home. This is the 4th one that I have had, and my husband seems understanding, but at the same time disapointed. I don't know what to do anymore, and can't seem to keep thinking why everyone I see that isn't married, or living together is getting pregnent, and don't want the children, so they are looking into adoption and my husband and I are struggling to bad with this. We don't have the money to adopt, or go through fertility cause his insurance doesn't cover any of it, and that is the only route or Dr. says is available. I'm stuck between a rock & a hard place, and my mood swings are getting out of control. I need some advise/help.... My friend suggested this site, cause it has helped her with some stuff she has been going through.
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