It's only been 3 weeks since I lost my little girl and I'm just starting to see people and to get out of the house. Today, we were talking about a trip that my husband and I are planning and my cousin (who has been trying to get pregnant for years) said, "Well, you have your son." I know she didn't want to hurt my feelings and I realize that she's coming from a perspective of a person that can't get pregnant but just because I have my son doesn't mean that losing my daughter hurts any less. How do I handle this? Should I just try to brush it off (which is what I did)? It hurts so badly. I feel sometimes like I'm not supposed to cry because it makes others uncomfortable...
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