Depression

  • Thank you for sharing your story. I am so very sorry for the loss of your twins. There are many parents here who have experienced loss and I know they have found some comfort in sharing their story and connecting with others. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts.

  • Hello and welcome. I am so very sorry for the loss of your babies. Being a grieving mother is the hardest thing I ever had to survive. It definitely amplifies loneliness as its so hard for anyone to understand what you're going through, which in turn amplifies depression. The only thing to do is take one day, one hour, one minute or even one breath at a time, and just keep making it. Some days will be worse than others, but it is still possible to have moments of joy here and there. Allow yourself those moments. Please keep posting here about your journey, its a safe place full of people who understand.

    Love and Hugs

    Brandi

  • I'm so sorry for the loss of your baby boys. Know that you are not alone. I'm so happy you have a strong support system in your fiance and we are here for you too. Just take it one day, one moment at a time. I hope you find comfort here in Share like so many other families have. My heart is with you and your family. Sending you lots of love!

  • So many hugs to you.  I am so sorry to hear of the loss of you twins.  I had a two year old at home when we said goodbye to our daughter due to IUGR and Preeclampsia, 13 years ago.    There were days in the beginning where we would camp out in my bed and watch cartoons together, would even have a "picnic" in bed (as I would tell him) because that was all I could manage to do.  However he though a picnic in moms bed was the coolest.  Caring for a toddler when your are grieving can be tough, but they also give you a great reason to keep moving forward.  I believe my 2 year old saved me.   He was the reason I kept moving forward.  Please know your not alone.