Digital Strategist and blogger Pauline Njoroge has today revealed how she lost her few months pregnancy.
Pauline Njoroge on social media revealed that she once had carried twins in her womb, something she was very joyful and happy about to an extend of her friends nicknaming her mama happiness.
“Not long ago I carried twins in my womb and they brought me the most fulfilling joy. Those few months made part of my life’s happiest days, and I was ever smiling. One of my close friends even nicknamed me Mama Happiness..”
However she didn’t know that in few moments time things could turn out tragic, this is after her unborn twins disappeared in what she called a pool of blood.
This however crashed her into unexplained pain with several months of emotional mess and tears becoming her daily food.
“Losing my unborn children crashed me… watching as they disappeared in a pool of blood caused me unexplainable pain. For several months I was an emotional mess and nothing could comfort me. I broke down a million times and tears became my daily food. Out here I kept a strong face because sometimes as women and leaders, we do not have the luxury of breaking down in public no matter what is happening internally…”
She further stated that despite all the emotions and tears , she always kept her face strong in public as a woman and a leader.
As the world celebrates the mothers day Pauline Njoroge is great full for the strong support she received during her tough times.
“I am grateful for the strong support system in my life, which carried me through this period and for God’s grace.”
“For every mother out there, it is such a blessing to carry life and bring it to this world. Always treasure it. Happy Mother’s Day.”
Pauline Njoroge’s story is a clear indication of what millions of women go through across world. It’s now high time world leaders and organizations muscle up their support to ensure that those who undergo this difficult situations receive enough psychological support.
Most women who undergo miscarriages suffer silently in fear of being being looked upon by the society especially our African culture. This is a challenge to all women organization to ensure that everyone in the society is well educated.