From neighbors, friends, relatives, coworkers, etc.
"You know what, So-and-So had a miscarriage(s) and they went on to have three healthy babies!"
This is another tough one because I know it's meant to be encouraging. For me, it's annoying. I used to believe what people say. Now I don't. When I was pregnant the first time, people assured me I wouldn't miscarry, based on my health history and age. Even when I was spotting heavily, one of my pregnant friends, said DON'T worry. It's nothing. It wasn't nothing. I lost the baby.
During my second pregnancy, people said the same things. It won't happen to you again. There's no way. It did. Even when I had the same exact pain and spotting, my dear friend, who is a DOCTOR, said no. Don't worry. You're probably not miscarrying again.
I know they were just trying to help. And I'm sure there are people out there who spotted and had healthy babies. I'm not one of the them.
I just don't believe what people say anymore. I've heard enough crazy things. I've felt complete and utter disappointment. I've seen first hand that you can pray for a baby every single night and still lose her.
So, pardon me, friend. I will smile and nod while you tell the anecdotal story about the woman down the street and her happy family.