Skip to comments.Devastated woman suffering fourth miscarriage forced to sit on abortion ward......
Posted on 03/25/2014 3:11:43 PM PDT by Morgana
FULL TITLE: Devastated woman suffering fourth miscarriage forced to sit on abortion ward surrounded by people discussing not wanting babies
A woman was forced to wait for four hours in hospital without her partner while suffering her fourth miscarriage - and surrounded by women waiting for abortions.
Chantelle Skinner had to listen to young girls waiting for a termination, who were saying they did not want their babies, while she was distraught at losing hers.
The grieving woman's partner and mother were not able to comfort her while she waited after she was informed that it was a full clinic that morning and that no visitors were allowed.
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The feminazis would be happy to hear that. After all, they can’t imagine anyone being devastated over losing a baby.
I think of their hospitals as NHSAs, National Health Service Abattoirs.
Admin Mod, please erase my post #3 - wrong thread (fumble fingers).
LOL, I mean #4!
(signing off before I do more damage)
I remember I worked with a girl that was sooo happy she was pregnant and then was devastated she miscarried. At the same time, I found out I was pregnant. I purposely delayed telling anyone in the office I was pregnant for awhile because of what she was going through.
That was very kind of you. Experiencing a miscarriage is so difficult, sometimes people don’t know what to say, or sometimes they treat it as if it is no big deal. I think that’s why the situation in this article is so egregious. The poor mother is thinking, “Hello, my baby just died, I’m devastated and grieving for my dead child!” and the other mothers surrounding her are intent on purposely killing their babies.
I am guilty of that. My daughter-in-law suffered a miscarriage over a year ago. At the time her and my son were having problems and were separated. So I just said that I was sorry and that is all I said. Now they are all back together (they already have two children)which is great but she thinks I didn’t care about the miscarriage. I did care, but didn’t know what to say.
I’ve been there, too. In fact, I was just talking to someone on fb about an article on loss and grieving and how people say (or sometimes don’t say) the wrong thing, and we vowed to do better the next time we encounter a grieving person.
I think when it’s a miscarriage it makes it even harder because there is (usually) not the typical ability to process the grief by traditional means (funeral, memorial, etc.). It’s just stinks, all around. I’m so sorry for the loss of your grandchild :(