Quoting Carrie Smith84:" My 1st miscarriage and I feel like I'm dying inside! I woke up last Thursday morning bleeding I wasn't ... [snip!] ... hurt him! He's like you need to hurry up and go back to work so we can do this and do that! I just don't know how to do this?"
Never been thru a miscarriage, but have went thru cancer with my son and it was very hard to deal with. I was angry, confused, asking why and also tried to block it out and just went thru the motions of it all. It may not be that he is acting like nothing happen, but the way he is handling his own grief about the situation. Yes, I do understand that if this was a child he was wanting as well and just as much you would think his emotions would show like yours. Your not wrong for feeling how you do about the situation and towards him nor is he; even though may not be the healthiest way to deal with it, but that's what he is doing. He may feel as though he has to be strong for you and if you both are down and out....who will be the person to say lets try it again. Talk to him and understand his feelings and he can then understand yours. Going back to day to day life is his comfort zone and to think about losing a child is maybe something he can't come to grips with and its easier to block it out. Just imagine.....there he is with his lovely wife who is carrying his child in the ER knowing that at the end of this visit you both would leave different than what you came. To see the many tears fall from your eyes as you wonder way....Who is going to be strong for us? I am ( he says )