We’ve been together for three years. We were ecstatic when we discovered she was pregnant but things started to go wrong and she ended up losing our baby.
I’m 29 and my girlfriend’s 27.
Things have changed between us. One moment she wants to end our relationship – then she says she loves me and misses me when I’m not around.
Is this some sort of denial on her part? I can’t help but think it has all come about since she miscarried and she doesn’t really mean what she says. Is there any way I can help her?
DEIDRE SAYS: More than one in six pregnancies ends in a miscarriage and losing a much-wanted baby is heartbreaking.
Her loss is still very raw.
Your girlfriend needs to give herself time to grieve, so urge her not to make any long-term decisions. You can both find support from the Miscarriage Association (miscarriageassociation.org.uk, 01924 200 799).
Hopefully, you will then both be better able to enjoy looking to a future together.
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