How to Handle Miscarriage & Comfort Your Partner As A Man?

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blog details: Menskool Have you ever had a moment in your childhood where people dangled your favorite chocolates in front of you, when you attempted to grab them, they snatched them away? Yeah, multiple the pain with a gazillion and maybe you’ll get a step closer to understanding the pain of miscarriage. One moment you’re feeling extremely proud and excited to become a father and the next, there is nothing. Nothing except a reverberating void screaming pain and nothingness back at you….Learn more How to handle miscarriage? Before we begin enlisting some effective ways for men to handle miscarriage, here’s something you need to know. Technically, miscarriages happen when you lose a fetus that has been in the mother’s womb for 20 weeks. If a woman loses the fetus which was in her womb for about six weeks, it is termed as ‘early pregnancy loss. With that said, the below-mentioned are some pointers on how a man can handle a miscarriage. 1. Allow yourself to grieve Miscarriage is an extremely painful, heart-wrenching, emotionally exhausting incident for both the partners in the relationship. There’s no denying that. Therefore, give yourself and your partner enough time to grieve. Embrace the pain together and support each other. As mentioned previously, miscarriages happen for a variety of reasons. It does not necessarily mean that the mother was at fault. Therefore, the last thing that your partner needs is you directly or indirectly pointing a finger at her blaming her for the collective loss…..Learn more 2. Paying homage is your choice More often than not, many couples after suffering from miscarriages decide to pay homage to their unborn child through commemorating them. Now, commemorating your unborn child is your personal decision. You can do it by planting a tree or installing some plagues on the benches of your garden. If you want, you and your partner can collectively write a letter to your child and read them out loud. This can be your way of mourning together as a couple. 3. Accepting that miscarriage is no one’s fault When a couple suffers a miscarriage, they instantly feel bad for calling their loved ones and sharing the good news in the first place. They feel bad for being too excited and happy when they first announced themselves to be pregnant. If you find yourself feeling apologetic and pitiful towards yourself and your partner, don’t. It’s okay to have called your friends and family to share the good news in the first place. It’s okay to be overjoyed when you first heard that you were going to be a father. All these emotions are extremely normal…..Continue reading

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