How/when do you decide 'enough is enough'?

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Postby alison86 » Mon Jun 28, 2010 3:41 pm

I did find the week in the run up to it that I was very emotional and in some ways it felt like the day itself was a bit of relief as I had built it up so much in my mind. Its good you have something to look forward too but talk to hubby or a friend or even about the good as well as the bad about your pregnancy. Its always good to let it out. The could haves hurt so much but I would rather have known my 2 for the short time I did than never to have known them at all. Theres a Garth Brooks song The Dance that is really helping me through at the moment.

My first LO would have been 5 coming in july and getting ready to start school so the pain never goes away but it does get better. I let my relationship suffer with DH a lot after my first loss as I just kept pushing him away but I realised how much he was hurting too but just not showing it in the same way as me, he was worried about me and trying to be strong so I didn't have to worry about him. I'm trying to talk and listen more this time.

Will be thinking of you at the weekend xxx
M/C @ 9W+ in Dec 2004 MC @ 7.5 weeks April 2010 xx
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