An article on TIME online just reported that new research indicates that women grieve miscarriages for years. The best part:
Some of the depression may stem from the inept way in which others can react to miscarriage. People say well-intentioned but insensitive things, or they worry about saying the wrong thing, so they say nothing at all.
“With advancing medical knowledge, everyone assumes pregnancy is going to go well,” says Robertson Blackmore. “When that doesn't happen, it strikes fear in a lot of people. It's so common, but people don't know what to say.”