I think someone mentioned this recently and I'm sorry if it's redundant.
I had dinner with a friend this evening and had such a nice time... Afterwards I talked to my mom and she said I sounded better. I feel guilty. I was even in such a good mood when I got home I didn't feel.like crying. Granted, tomorrow I might come home and just want to cry (I did last night). But why do I feel guilt about a good day that makes me think I'm going to be OK..?
i felt this way for a looong time.. in fact.. i still do sometimes.. but you cannot be sad forever.. if you died.. would you want those you loved to curl up and die inside? no.. and so your baby would likely want the same things.. for you to be happy but to remember.. i know it's not easy.. it will come with time
I had my 4th misscarrige yesterday and I cried at the hospital cried 3 times then my friends came round to see me and we were laughing and joking then last night o cried with guilt at being able to smile I am gutted but cause I expected it to happen it didn't seem half as bad as the others and I feel guilty to think that way I dunno what to feel maybe I'm in shock I dunno I just feel sad and as horrible as it sounds releif because I had to wait 3 weeks to see if the pregnancy progressed and in that time I was bleeding and it failed waiting was torture tho :'(,
Because Emotions Suck!! and mirroring the advice given me, your bean would want you to be happy. We have to allow ourselves to heal and move on
Totally agree with this. I was laughing and chatting with friends yesterday and hubby last night when we went out but I felt so guilty last night and had a little cry but as mammag has said our beanies would want us to be happy x
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