Miscarriages are sometimes a forgotten grief among people. The family suffers but everyone else fails to see the pain and the loss that can accompany this.
The article, I coped with the grief of multiple miscarriages – and you can too, by Anna Tyzack states,
“There was a time when Zoë Clark-Coates feared she would never cradle her own baby. She’d been pregnant twice and, both times, had left the antenatal unit with her husband, Andy, in despair when the sonographer failed to detect a heartbeat.”
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