Its easier for me to say that things will be alright because i haven't gone through something like this but all I want to say is that you're alive. There's a reason why the fetus isn't here and you are. We only have one life to live and your choices in life matter. Some people make decisions that they're not 100% behind it and they suffer because of it. It's your life, it's your decision, and it's up to you to turn this around and make good out of what had happened. It might take weeks, months, or years, you might think about this for the rest of your life, it's part of you now and the hard part about everything is accepting that it had happened and moving on with it. I'm sorry that you feel so bad physically and mentally. Go to your happy place in a healthy way. You are very intelligent and kind hearted. Do not hurt yourself even more, quick fix never fixes anything. What's done is done. Pray if you need to girl. Hang in there.View Thread
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