Is my husband the only man in the world like this? I know that he feels badly that we lost the baby... however, he seems to get fustrated when I cry, he has no patience for hearing about it. He tells me it's time to move forward and think about the future, and we're going to try again & it will work out... at first he thought me being part of this support group was great (maybe because I let him be...) but now, he thinks that I'm torturing myself by surrounding myself with it every day, and how I never allow myself a chance to *forget* because I'm constantly talking to people about it... *grrrrr* I'm fustrated with him, and his insensitivity at times... sometimes he's so great, but then other times, he just doesn't get it. I want him to cry, and mourn, the way I do. Why doesn't he??????
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