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My DH's Article on Miscarriage

Hello Ladies.  I send out a monthly newsletter for ethnic women and this month's article was provided by my husband.  I've gotten tremendous feedback on it and was even told to submit to magazines. I  never knew this is how deeply he felt.  Let me know your thoughts.

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I couldn't even get through the first paragraph.  I could feel the pain and know that's what my DH was going through.  But what I read of it it was beautiful.
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Wow!!  That was really nice!!!  Thanks for sharing it.
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Really nice!
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This is so important for others to read because I know a lot of times we accuse our DHs of not caring or not being emotional enough or not understanding.  It's so sad to read this article because you can really feel the pain that he is suffering.  But it also really touches the hearts of anyone who has suffered a miscarriage.  I had tears streaming down my face...it definitely should be submitted to some magazines as I am sure there are a ton of people who can really relate.
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That touched my heart......
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That is so nice, you are a very lucky woman to have a very caring husband!  I wish mine could write like that, or even express his feeling in some way...anyway!
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