Angeev--there's just no right or wrong way to deal with this. What you feel depends on so many things--personal, cultural, what the specific pregnancy meant to you--that there's just no way to make it one size fits all.
It sounds like you know that, but it's still hard not to feel that what you're feeling is 'wrong' in some way.
Cut yourself some slack, if you can. Where you are sounds emotionally healthy. It doesn't sound as though you're in denial. You're sad, but you know you'll get through this, and you and your family will be OK. What's wrong with that? It's true, and it's what you're feeling. That's got to be good enough.
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