Meghan McCain is the daughter of late U.S. Senator John McCain, she is an American Columnist, an author and had been a co-host of various shows. Meghan McCain had always been active and bold in her statement, but recently she had to go through a “horrendous” experience, and she opened about in on New York Times on July 19.
What did she say about?
So, Meghan opened up about her miscarriage, which she suffered earlier this year. She told that earlier this week she did a photo shoot with New York Magazine posing with the stern expressions, looking perfectly fine but deep down she was sad, broken and tired and decided to speak about it. Her words were:
“I am not hiding anymore. My miscarriage was a horrendous experience, and I would not wish it upon anyone…I loved my baby, and I always will. To the end of my days, I will remember this child — and whatever children come will not obscure that. I have a love for my child. I have a love for all the women who, like me, were briefly in the sisterhood of motherhood, hoping, praying, and nursing joy within us, until the day the joy was over.”
What was she take on it?
Meghan McCain blamed herself for everything she said she was too much into her professional world and carrying the feelings of her late father she didn’t give the needed time and care. Earlier, she once said that she had the baby under pressure of her father who was suffering from 4th stage brain cancer.
But later she took Twitter to express her gratitude to her father by telling when she joined refugee to meet her father again and said somewhere it’s relieving that her father is holding her baby in his arms.
It’s a takes a lot of courage to come out like her expressing own loss.