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Zeke

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  1. I feel a little hesitant posting here, it doesn't seem to be active, but of the stillbirth groups I've found, most are aimed at mothers. My wife and I have been married for fourteen years and have four wonderful sons. She and I love them, but she has always wanted a daughter. Though we were not trying to have another baby, she did get pregnant. Almost a month ago, she went into early labor and gave birth to a stillborn girl. And since then she has not been herself, which I cannot fault her for. It hurts deeply to lose a child, and I know her anguish is different than mine. But I do not know what to do for her. Some mornings I cannot get her out of bed. Others, she's fine, until she gets upset and snaps at me or our sons. Our youngest is having a lot of difficulty comprehending what is going on. I'm at a loss.
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