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MOELA - December 21

I WOULD SUGGEST AVOID DICTATING WHAT THE MOTHER SHOULD AND SHOULD NOT FEEL. IT WOULD IRRITATE A LOT AND GIVE MORE FRUSTRATION.

 

Brightcurve - December 21

That could also be very annoying MOELA. Some people are just very insensitive of dictating what to do when they don't understand how the mother is dealing with the loss.

 

saturn - December 21

Don't compare your experience to your friend or relative's experience. It may be of the same reason but the level of recovery may differ. Don't expect her to react as you did.

 

Brightcurve - December 21

Yeah, because every situation and person is different from one another. So, we can't really say that you will recover easily because I did.

 

Emmie - December 22

I like this topic. At least every mother can express what really is needed in order to feel better after the loss.

 

ginger - December 22

i agree with everyone but in cases like this it should be a give and take process. everyone should understand that having such loss is not at all time the same situation as the others. try to observe first before acting.

 

JaneGirl - December 22

That is a good point ginger. Everything is lighter when not only one is making the effort.

 

strawberry - December 22

in my case i had no one to turn to when i miscarried and at that moment i did not mind whether a kind of support is right or wrong as long as there is someone who is there for me.

 

HOPE - December 23

I CAN UNDERSTAND THAT STRAWBERRY. THAT IS LIKE HAVING TO DEAL WITH THE LOSS TIMES TWO.

 

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