What her pregnancy is none of your business
At 36, I have one healthy son who's now four. But I'm writing this article just after my 10-week pregnancy ended with a miscarriage - my third loss in as many years.
I've felt many emotions around my miscarriages: sadness, frustration, disappointment, ambivalence. But this isn't an article about my misfortune in the reproductive stakes. This is an article about crossing personal boundaries and the issue of pregnancy-related privacy.
When you reach the ripe old age of thirty-something and are securely in a relationship, you can bet your bottom dollar that your friends, family members and people in the office will start to speculate on whether or not your ovaries are in operation and if you are currently, or about to become, pregnant.
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