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  1. After months of fierce opposition from abortion rights advocates and the medical community, Texas will require fetal remains to be cremated or buried instead of disposed in sanitary landfills. On Monday, health officials finalized the new rules prohibiting hospitals, abortion clinics and other health care facilities from disposing of fetal remains — regardless of the period of gestation. The rules will take effect Dec. 19, according to state health officials, the Texas Tribune reported. Following criticism from medical providers, the state’s Health and Human Services Commission clarified that the requirement does not apply to miscarriages or abortions that take place at home. It also does not require birth or death certificates to be filed, to maintain confidentiality.https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.washingtonpost.com/amphtml/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/11/29/despite-months-of-outcry-texas-will-require-aborted-fetustes-to-be-cremated-or-buried/ So what happens at 5 weeks? What happens to a grieving mother who miscarry?
  2. According to this article, she did. http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-new ... le-2014234
  3. Content Warning : Miscarriage Abigail is pregnant again. She makes this announcement in the middle of a super long blog post about how cleaning makes her crazy. abigails-alcove.blogspot.com/2014/03/healing-my-inner-crazy.html
  4. garciarodrigez

    What about Caleb?

    Was he a lie? Are they not acknowledging him because they know there is no proof to back it up? What doctor can verify the story that there was a miscarriage with Caleb? Why isn't he counted with the others if jubIlee is going to be? I can't fathom that. What the fuck? What kind of message are they sending? One was worthy, one was not? I want that answered by those people. I smell foul badly somehow, some way on this matter. Also what the hell with the obit claiming stillbirth when it was clearly a miscarriage? Is that how they will answer why one was worthy and not the other? I know these questions have been asked in other threads and we have speculative answers but today if given the chance I would demand these questions be answered by those people. How dare them? I'm way too involved in this story for my own liking because and only because it makes me so angry, otherwise I wouldn't give a shit. I just listened to that bitches recording and am even more outraged. That's definitely propaganda. They know the show is coming to an end so they seized this whole situation as their next money grubbing adventure. Way to seguay on to the next phase/season of life there Duggars. Bravo, you wonderful lying examples of Christianity.
  5. The Duggars have said time and time again that they view their show as a way to "Minister to others". (How they justify being on TV when they don't allow television within their home...). There will totally be a VSE surrounding the miscarriage. The guise will be "ministering to others" about God's will, grief, etc.... Here's the thing. I've had a miscarriage. And strictly speaking for myself, watching the Duggars cope with theirs in their rosy, holier-than-thou "Duggarvision" will in no way contribute in furthering my peace about ours. I initially found the Duggars fun to watch. It was something we could watch with our 5 year old that didn't bore. I started to question the motives of the family when Josie's medical hardships were painstakingly documented. I started to snark on the show after the whole flip-flops in Honduras/Jim-Bob-o thinking he could speak Spanish-o mess of an episode. The show has gotten stale and my interest has waned. (I've seen about all the bus packing/processed food/"sweet fellowship" one can handle.) But I'll still watch if there is nothing else on and could use a snarking outlet. But if I'm right, and there is a VSE surrounding Michelle's m/c. I'm gonzo. I have my own vivid miscarriage pain, I don't need to watch someone parade theirs as a way to "minister" to me. I'll just giggle at the girls on "Say Yes to the Dress" who think they "deserve" an 8,000$ Pnina Fairy-Stripper dress and whine to their parents for the cash when I have a snark itch to scratch....
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