Many couples who experience miscarriage are subjected to thoughtless comments from people who probably mean well but don't understand that what they're saying not only doesn't help but may hurt the feelings of someone who has miscarried. Here are some examples of things you should not say to someone who has had a miscarriage: - It was for the best - At least you know you can get pregnant - Something was probably wrong with it - Maybe God knows you are not ready to have children - You're trying too hard. Just relax, and it will happen. - Take my kids for an afternoon, and I promise you won't be so sad about losing the baby. - Be glad. Having a baby changes your life; think of all the fun things you wouldn't have been able to do anymore. - You should just be happy you have one/two/three children already. You don't need anymore. - it was just a blob of cells. It wasn't a real baby. - You're young. You'll get pregnant again - It happens all the time; it's nothing to worry about - At least you weren't very far along - It wasn't meant to be - It probably happened because ______________.