Will I ever stop randomly crying? My SIL just announced their pregnancy on her blog. Its their first and I'm so happy for them. I knew she was pregnant and she is due one week after I would have been due. I just feel so upset. I should be announcing I'm pregnant, not feeling empty and scared.
Last edited by AshleyKaryn; 11-06-2008 at 11:35 PM.
yes, it does get better, but not quickly, at least not for me. My step-cousin is due with twins the same week I was due, and hearing about her pregnancy is hard, but not as hard as it was in the beginning. However getting an invite to her baby shower did not make for a good day.
I think this last loss I was pretty depressed a cried randomly for a few months. And unfortunately I think it is fairly normal.
I'm so sorry you are hurting. As pp's have said it does get easier as time goes by. The first pregnant chic I was around was an employee of mine and there were some days that I could talk to her about the pregnancy and be genuinely happy and excited for her and other days, I would lock myself in the office sobbing hysterically, asking God what makes her so much better than me that she gets to keep her baby (not by any means wishing anything bad upon her, just angry). It is so hard and unfair and I am sending lots of hugs your way.
TIme lets you adapt to what has happened. It will still hurt, but it won't be a searing pain like the first time (fill in situation) hits you.
Damien passed over a year ago, and every once in a while I will have a very melancholy day and cry unexpectedly. There are still moments that inspire bits of jealousy. I still have my days where I just ask why me. However, I have adapted and learned to live in this new normal.
Please come here and vent/cry/whatever any time you feel the need.
Im sorry you are having a hard time. I had a loss in August and still feel very angry and depressed about what happend and feel really bad when I go to visit friends who have had babies or are preg. It gets easier just takes a while.