My wife had a miscarriage last month she's still upset about it. The first few omt nights she couldn't sleep. First night was really rough on her she had a dream that she gone to heaven she said our unborn daughter was there she welcome her in and hugged her. She was really sad after that. She's seem to be getting better during the day but at night she gets whiny and upset. We have a son who is 6 were not sure how to tell him or even if we should tell him. He's a really smart kid but I don't want him to be upset over it I don't know if he'll understand it. My two boys don't seem to care about it but they're older. It doesn't bother them. Me and her took a break for a while but we're back together now she wanted to
a break from each other for a while. She was really sad and angry last night she was hot and wanted the fan on I turned it on then 5 minute minutes later she wa cold I turn it off I got mad at her I didn't mean to. Now she doesn't want to have anymore kids I do. It makes her sad when we talk about it. How can I help her feel better?
Most Helpful Girl
You cannot make her happy when she is sad. Being depressed is different from being just sad.
That said, there are some things that you can suggest which can be helpful.
Take her for walks out in the sunshine. Or maybe she'd rather go bike riding? Both exercise and sunshine are well known to make people feel happier.
Plan an activity together that involves social interaction.
For example, invite a few people over for dinner, or plan an outing with others. She might find it difficult to get up the energy for the planning, but there will be some satisfaction in actually making it happen. Make sure the people are positive and cheerful, not gloomy complainers.
You could also plan an overnight trip or vacation somewhere. Either near or far, long or short, but a break in daily routine can be welcome. Especially if it is to a sunnier place than where you live! Or just rearrange the furniture, or get a bright new rug.
Wishing you the best of luck.0
Most Helpful Guy
Time heal all wounds. There isn't one thing you can say or do to make it better. Sorry for your loss.0