You may only be young sweetheart but the pain of losing a child is the same. I hope by now you have sorted some help and you feel you can talk it through with someone, I felt so alone at 18 when i miscarried the first time but the second time was worse and i think by the 3rd i was just so hardened to it that i found it impossible to grieve for so long. but now i think about them in a more positive way, I have a small part of my garden that is theirs, it has a plaque with their names on, some flowers and a small tree, if i miss them i will go and spend just a few minutes there, have a talk to them and almost instantly feel better, with miscarriage you don't normally have a grave to visit so i think this is the next best thing... Any way, i hope you feel brighter soon and i wish you all the luck in the future... take care hunni xxxxxx
katie your story touched me as i understand your pain
i was 17 when i lost my little boy i was desperate to have him and fought against everyone to keep him but sadly god had other plans for him.
he woulda been nine now.the pain gets easier and everytime i close my eyes i still see him he was 16 weeks,,,anyway if you wanna chat more get in touch x
He'll always be your son sweetheart he will be with you always.
Lots of positive thoughts being sent to you.