I was so WTF about that re announcements.Honestly she was unbearable before but now.....doll you look ridiculous cradling your tummy, no your announcement photo isn't better than anyone else's and most folk aren't that self important and we do not need a blow by blow of your entire day in relation to your pregnancy
Of course they wouldn't, that's why it's so odd to point the finger. No one needs to know or care where the issue lies so it simply doesn't need referring to, particularly if the husband is quite private.If those are the facts those are the facts ...,not sure why she should shy from speaking about that. No one would bat an eye if the fertility challenge rested with her.
It's not what she's saying it's how she's saying it, especially when he seems to be such a private person. It's not being said in matter of fact ways, it's almost disparaging.If those are the facts those are the facts ...,not sure why she should shy from speaking about that. No one would bat an eye if the fertility challenge rested with her.
She seems to take joy in making sure everyone knows the problem isn’t with her. All she had to say was male fertility specialist and drop it in. The humiliation he must have experienced over the last few weeks with her shouting that he is the one with the issue and he can’t make her orgasm - I honestly feel really sorry for him.It's not what she's saying it's how she's saying it, especially when he seems to be such a private person. It's not being said in matter of fact ways, it's almost disparaging.
The 12 week thing is not a rule but most people don’t let others know as there could be complications and at the 12th week you’re out of the ‘risky’ time frame (although obviously anything can and does happen unfortunately after that time frame). Don’t think anyone has said you can’t talk about miscarriages, in-fact think a lot of people say we need to discuss this more to stop the taboo and the same about fertility issues. Also the same can be said about stillborns, the more we discuss these the better it is as a lot of families feel so isolated as we don’t discuss these. In my family an aunt had a stillborn and we still celebrate her birthday each year as it’s helped everyone to come to terms with it.Not a direct critic to George, more of a general observation: why are there still so many pregnancy taboos? I find all these "rules" so silly: you are not supposed to tell people before the 12-week mark, you are not supposed to talk about miscarriages, or fertility problems... I know people who have gone through a lot, it would have helped to know that others are in the same boat. We must normalise the narrative around miscarriages and fertility problems, not just talk about stuff when it is comfortable to do so.