Hard to Bear: Investigating the science and silence of miscarriage
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From the many physical causes of miscarriage, to the socioeconomic, environmental and behavioural factors impacting women’s experiences of pregnancy loss, Oderberg focuses on an Australian context without neglecting alternative statistics and perspectives. It is a little difficult to know what to do with your bands, even in your pockets, when there is nothing else there. Otis, who bore lifelong grudges over provocations infinitely smaller than this, was realistic enough to know when he was had.
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For Blanche the atmosphere bore no resemblance to the glamorous, fun-filled evening promised in the advertisements. Hard to Bear illuminates the science and numbers, collects a wide range of experiences and suggests how the experience of pregnancy loss might be made less painful. Homophones are words that mean two different things, even though they sound the same when spoken aloud.a tray bearing a bottle and several glasses a load-bearing wall 6 SHOW/BE A SIGN OF sign/mark formal to have or show a sign, mark, or particular appearance, especially when this shows that something has happened or is true SYN have The letter bore no signature.