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Bella - posted on 03/09/2015
After having a miscarriage at 12 weeks, and having waited for that pregnancy to happen for more than a decade, I found REAL comfort in this guide as it made me made me realize EXACTLY what I was doing wrong all these years trying to get pregnant and what I needed to do in order to dramatically increase my chances. The book was very easy to read and with the clear step by step explanation on how to apply the holistic approach to pregnancy and methods in her life-style I successfully became pregnant at age 40... naturally. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone struggling to beat their infertility and to have a healthy pregnancy: http://pregnancyhours.com
User - posted on 06/07/2009
I have had multiple miscarriages, including one just a month after turning 19, another when I was 20, then another two after that. I am now 35 and have three children. From my experience, there is no "getting over it", rather letting them find a place in your life. Time heals nothing, rather time provides space for healing--if you allow it. Don't minimize the significance of your losses. As feelings related to them arise, allow yourself to experience them--denying them will only make them stronger, and will hinder you mentally and emotionally. Allowing yourself to experience those feelings/emotions will help ease the pain. I would just caution against wallowing in them. Lastly, I can guarantee that sometime in the future, in sharing your experience, you will be able to relate to, and help, other young women.
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