Meghan McCain admits that she & # 39; fossilized & # 39; was to share her miscarriage story while praising her husband
Meghan McCain has announced that she & # 39; fossilized & # 39; is to reveal that she had a miscarriage earlier this month while thanking her fans for their love and support in this difficult time.
The View's 34-year-old co-host went to Instagram on Saturday to share an emotional message to show her gratitude for her followers and her husband Ben Domenech, just one day after the publication of her New York Times opinion piece about her miscarriage.
& # 39; It's a very mean and nasty place and I don't care how hard you are, it will knock you on your knees and keep you there permanently if you leave it. You, me or no one is going to hit as hard as life. But it's not how hard you hit. It's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward, & # 39; she started and quoted & # 39; Rocky Balboa & # 39 ;.
Opening: Meghan McCain, 34, went to Instagram on Saturday to share an emotional message about initially & # 39; petrified & # 39; to reveal that she suffered a miscarriage earlier this month
Meghan then thanked those who approached her for their & # 39; nice and friendly responses & # 39; on her op-ed.
& # 39; Ben and I are the happiest, most incredibly blessed people in the world surrounded by love and support, & she wrote. & # 39; My hope is to continue to share sadness and loss by addressing these taboo topics directly, will help people who have experienced the same feel less alone. None of us is alone in this.
& # 39; I was terrified of sharing my story publicly, but I never, ever fear, let my life choices dictate. I will always take the plunge, I will always throw the dice, & she added.
Meghan finished her thoughtful job by paying tribute to her husband Ben.
& # 39; And for this man who loves my wild heart, he has never tried to change anything about me, and remains the greatest source of power, love, and faith that a woman could ever ask for – I thank God for having you sent to me every day, Ben, & # 39; she wrote, with the hashtag & # 39; #rideordie & # 39 ;.
Goal: In her post, The View co-host said she hopes that sharing her story will help others who have experienced the same to feel less alone & # 39;
Love: Meghan also praised her husband, conservative writer Ben Domenech (pictured together two months ago) and said he was the & # 39; greatest source of strength, love and faith & # 39; is
A few days later, she returned to Instagram to share a photo of herself with Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who appeared on The View this week.
She recently posted a snapshot of herself with her sister Bridget in honor of her younger brother or sister's birthday on Monday.
& # 39; Happy happy happy Birthday to my sister Bridget @bridgyyyyboo – I love you so much. You are everything that is friendly and beautiful in this world! & # 39; she endorsed the image.
It was a difficult month for Meghan to reveal in her opinion piece that was published on Friday that her doctor had confirmed that she had a miscarriage just before she had to pose next to her co-stars for a cover shoot for The New York Times Magazine.
& # 39; I should have been proud, & # 39; she wrote about the photo shoot. & # 39; But inside I die. My baby is dying inside. & # 39;
Looking back at the photos of the shoot, she said she & # 39; a woman hiding her shock and sadness & # 39; see.
Heartbreaking: Meghan revealed in an op-ed that she suffered a miscarriage during a cover shoot for The New York Times Magazine earlier this month (photo)
Painful loss: Meghan & # 39; s father, respected veteran Republican politician John McCain, died 11 months ago of a brain tumor. They are shown together in May 2014
Meghan, whose father, respected republican politician John McCain, died 11 months ago from a brain tumor, admitted she wanted to keep the news private, but eventually shared her experience because her short absence of television after July 4 was enough to cause gossip & About why she was gone.
More importantly, she wanted the millions of women who go through miscarriage every year – up to 25 percent of known pregnancies – to know that they are not alone.
& # 39; I am no longer hiding. My miscarriage was a terrible experience and I wouldn't wish anyone, & she wrote.
Meghan married a conservative writer in November 2017 on her family's farm in Sedona, Arizona.
Since then, she has eliminated pregnancy rumors – with absence in The View interpreted as a hint she might expect.
Spreading the word: Meghan promoted her on Twitter and encouraged people to share it with & # 39; someone who will be helped by it & # 39;
Struggle: Meghan has been co-host on The View since October 2017 and said she initially blamed herself for her miscarriage
In June 2018, she said she even felt pressured by her mother, Cindy, to have a child before her father succumbed to his terminal cancer.
& # 39; She has never asked me before and then suddenly she always brings it up & # 39 ;, Meghan said People, two months before her father died in August 2018.
& # 39; It's hilarious and uncomfortable, & # 39; she said, adding that she and Ben & # 39; were not quite there yet & # 39 ;.
According to McCain, it was a joyful surprise when she heard that she was & # 39; already pregnant many months ago & # 39 ;.
Her subsequent loss came in the aftermath of a wave of celebrities pronouncing their miscarriage – including Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg, Beyonce and Jay Z, and Michelle and Barack Obama.
But that did not make Meghan any easier, who said: & I have asked the same question to every mother who loves and loses a child: why? & # 39;
Staying busy: A few days after thanking her fans, Meghan returned to Instagram to share a photo of herself with Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who appeared on The View this week
Celebration: Meghan posted a snapshot of herself with her sister Bridget in honor of her younger brother or sister's birthday on Monday
As most other women have described, she took the usual scapegoat and admitted: & # 39; I blamed myself. & # 39;
& Maybe it was wrong for me to choose a professional woman, working in high pressure, high visibility and stressful environment, still bearing the burden of the recent loss of my father while facing the arrows that associated with public life, & she wrote.
& # 39; This is not a complaint. This is the reality. I blamed my age, I blamed my personality. I blamed everything and anything a person could come up with, and what followed was a deep opening of shame. & # 39;
Weeks later she said she still doesn't understand & # 39 ;, because & # 39; life and death are beyond our power & # 39; but she understands it wasn't her own business.
& # 39; I loved my baby and I will always do that. I will remember this child until the end of my days – and no matter what the children are, it won't hide, & she wrote.
& # 39; I love my child. I love all the women who, like me, were briefly in the sisterhood of motherhood, hoping, praying, and nurturing joy in us, until the day that joy was over. You are not alone. & # 39;
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