Have you been given the impression that because yourmiscarriagewas early that you should be moving on already? Sometimes we experience intense emotional anxiety or depression weeks, even months after a miscarriage? The pressures to get over your loss can come in many forms and it can our already tough situation seem worse. We have (3) helpful tips for combating this “Get over it” notion that will allow you to embrace your grief head-on.
In this article, I (Toni) am going to share with you my 2nd miscarriage which was at 9 weeks. We will talk about the misconceptions of miscarriage and I will share (2 Take-Aways) that may help you if you are or have experienced a miscarriage.
Have you heard the saying that a miscarriage is, "Just like a heavy period?" Well, this may be true for some but this was not the case for me. Today we (Toni and Geoff) are starting our first blog in our new series, "Miscarriage Misconceptions." The first misconception is that "Miscarriage Is Like A Heavy Period." I (Toni) will be sharing my experience with my first of two early miscarriages, I will be going into detail about both the physical as well as the emotional aspects of losing our babies. I will also share the first of three important helpful things that were personally learned along the journey. It is my hope that talking about our experience will help you and others just like us that have experienced the heart-wrenching loss that comes from miscarriage.