- Jan 6, 2012
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- Prague, Czech Republic
Sounds to me this nobody who married a prince wants to start her own reality show. Might sell well in Old Blighty too, but aren't we dumbed down enough already?Well, for starters the OP obviously has no sympathy. In fact, he blamed her for not doing her duty.Sorry old bubby; going "public" is not a great idea. I know of no-one who has anything but sympathy for the loss of a child through miscarriage. It is a sad event in the life of a COUPLE...something often forgotten. But a PUBLIC airing? Sorry; it is a PRIVATE matter and the grief is personal.She did not fail. She miscarried. This is the sort of shit that has been put on women for too long.This is something that should remain private and the burden of the woman who experiences it. Talking about it in public or even with her loved ones is a selfish act. Her husband shouldn't have to deal with her failure to do her duty as a woman/wife. I do not understand why women feel like they have share every detail of their life? How is there no shame in discussing such personal matters? I know if I failed at being a man, then I wouldn't be going online to talk about it.
Women who miscarry often need to talk about it. To heal. To move forward. To have had a life growing inside you, often having felt it move, and then lose that life is devastating enough without some asshole claiming she failed to do her duty as a woman/wife.
A little compassion goes a long way.
Most women who miscarry probably don't make it a public issue. But many do suffer in silence. I am not talking about being stopped on the street and told about it. Just talking with people you know. Or just listening for a bit.