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My neighbour had a miscarriage - January 6th 2011, 03:57 AM

It's really sad

I'm saying it here because I only know as I was babysitting her children whilst she went to the hospital for her routine scan, so I can't tell anyone (not even my mother) as I assume she is wouldn't appreciate that. (Of course my mother would keep it to herself but it still wouldn't be fair/right I don't think). She hadn't started to show so hadn't told many people I don't think.

I didn't quite know what to do so I thought I would follow her lead (when I dropped the kids off from playgroup) and not mention it? She had already text me to let me know and in the reply I said "thinking of you" etc.. & I go back to Uni tomorrow anyway :/

Sigh. How sad.



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Re: My neighbour had a miscarriage - January 6th 2011, 07:30 PM

Sad. If she wants to talk bout it she will, just be there for her and help her with anything she needs. And yes, don't tell anyone about it.


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Re: My neighbour had a miscarriage - January 6th 2011, 08:18 PM

I'm really sorry that you had to go through that, and of course that she had to go through that. It's one of the toughest things to deal with.
I think you handled it perfectly, if she'd like to talk to you about it she will come to you, but it's good to let her know that you're thinking of her, and that you're there for her if she needs you.
Feel free to message me if you wish to talk about it more, I've been through similar situations.


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Re: My neighbour had a miscarriage - January 7th 2011, 01:06 AM

Hum I thought I deleted this but I'm glad I didn't because it's nice to say it somewhere.

Anyway today I text her saying if she needs anything doing let me know, and she asked me to take the kids for a few hours. I just took them to the park and then to playgroup for a bit so she could have a bath and watch a film and generally get a few hours to herself. Think it helped somewhat.

Can't really do anything else as I'm going back to Uni today.


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