Miscarriage

MiscarriageCoping with a pregnancy loss can be a stressful and emotional experience for a woman no matter her age. Many women experience extreme grief, even if they don't show it on the outside. Some women end up dealing with major depression as a direct result of the miscarriage. Before letting things get out of hand, it is important to seek help. Here at GoMentor.com, you can get help and support from professionals who offer online therapy to help women deal with the grief that comes with a miscarriage. Even with a supportive family, there are many emotional scars that may form because of the miscarriage. If a woman has had more than one miscarriage, it can be an even more traumatic experience.

Signs of dealing with a Miscarriage

  • Guilt
  • Lack of mental alertness
  • Depression
  • Difficulties sleeping
  • Eating too much or too little

Tips for Dealing with a Miscarriage

  • Overcoming Guilt - Many women may feel extremely guilty, thinking it's personally their fault that the pregnancy didn't last a full term. This can be a very difficult emotion to get away from without assistance. Learning to overcome guilt is one of the best ways to deal with a miscarriage in the short and long term.
  • Moving On - While a period of grieving is normal and healthy, at some point a woman should get to the end of the grieving process and be able to move on with her life. When this becomes a problem, it is a sign that more help may be needed. 
  • Family Support - Getting support from a spouse as well as friends and family is another crucial part of making dealing with a miscarriage a little bit easier. This seems simple but some women tend to withdraw from friends and family, which can raise the chances of major depression becoming a problem.
  • Online Therapy - Even busy women can benefit from online therapy. Grief counseling can enable a woman to understand a miscarriage and how it affected her. This allows the healing process to occur. It may take some time, but eventually therapy can assist a woman dealing with a miscarriage.

Therapy for a Miscarriage

When there is a problem with a pregnancy and there is a miscarriage there are many emotional as well as physical problems that must be dealt with. Therapy can help make dealing with a miscarriage a little bit easier. Online therapy here at GoMentor.com can give a woman the support and advice needed to make sure a miscarriage doesn't lead to other problems down the road. With GoMentor 24/7 you can get confidential online therapy with highly skilled therapists that specialize in all types of grief counselling, including dealing with a miscarriage. They can give the emotional support and guidance needed to make sure grief due to a miscarriage isn't dealt with in negative ways. Some women have problems with depression or even substance abuse after one or more miscarriages. While these may offer a temporary escape, getting help with psychotherapy can help a woman move on with her life after a miscarriage while not forgetting the event that had such a big impact on her life.

Get help with Miscarriage

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