I had a stillbirth at 17 wks 5 days. He was born on September 18th, 2008. I still am not sure how to cope. My husband doesn't understand why I am so depressed all the time. To be honest, I don't either. I hate the feeling of not wanting to do ANYTHING, of wanting to just stay in bed all day everyday. The only reason I can manage most of the time, is I have 2 daughters that I have to take care. But they are even starting to notice and ask why mommy is always so sad. I just don't know what to do. And I really don't have anypne to talk to. My husband doesn't understand. And my friends and family don't like if I bring my son up. It hurts me when they change the subject or make a weird face. SO I have stopped talking about him. I just bottle it up and I am afraid it's all going to explode soon.
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