Meghan McCain Explains Why She Decided To Get Candid About Her Miscarriage Even Though She Was Terrified
Meghan McCain got candid about dealing with a miscarriage in an essay she published in The New York Times. A day later, the star explains why she did it even though it was terrifying
McCain took to social media to explain and also further detail the tragic happening.
The daughter of late Senator John McCain opened up in the piece titled Meghan McCain: What I Learned from My Miscarriage.
She wrote about the way she and husband Ben Domenech lost what could have been their child, saying that it happened on the day she had a shoot for a magazine cover so she had to put on a smile in front of the flashing camera despite the sorrow she felt.
Yesterday, she shared a pic featuring her and her husband and in the caption, she added a quote from Rocky Balboa about moving on, among other things.
‘Thank you for so many beautiful and kind responses to my New York Times op-ed about my miscarriage. Ben and I are the luckiest, most blessed people in the world surrounded by love and support,’ she started her long letter.
The celeb then went on: ‘My hope is by continuing to share the grief and loss, and addressing the taboo subjects head on it will help people who've experienced the same to feel much less alone. None of us are alone in this. I was just petrified to share my story publicly but I never let fear dictate my choices in life. I will always take the leap, I'll always roll the dice. 🎲.’
She made sure to also pay tribute to her man for being so supportive during such a dark time.