“What I don't understand is they just found out. Like they post it before the 12 weeks. I had one girl who I knew was have fertility issues post hers, with a few weeks later that she had a miscarriage. Every post after that was so bad, at first they were going to foster, then they had to work on their relationship. I unfriended her after she announced her divorce as I couldn't take the drama and she no longer worked with me. But I was a coworker who saw her once a week, and I knew all this. This was way too much information. She was nice enough and I felt so sorry for her, but when she posted the test I just had the worst feeling.”

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