Sharon Stone spoke about the experiences after unsuccessful pregnancies: "Women have to endure it alone and in secret, with a sense of failure"
Actress Sharon Stone told how she experienced unsuccessful pregnancies that ended in miscarriage. The star of "Basic Instinct" commented on the post of the People edition on Instagram*, where the dancer Peta Murgatroyd told about how she lost a child as a result of a miscarriage.
Women don't have a dedicated forum to discuss the depth of this loss. I lost nine children as a result of a miscarriage," Sharon Stone wrote.
She noted that women have to cope with this problem alone, although at this moment they especially need support.
This cannot be called a trifle, neither physically nor emotionally. But we are forced to endure it alone, in secret, and with some sense of failure, instead of receiving the much-needed compassion, empathy and healing that we so need. Women's health and well-being, left in the care of male ideology, have become weak and are severely oppressed. Sharon Stone has three adopted children. The actress adopted Rohan's eldest son in 2000, when she was married to the editor of the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper Phil Bronstein. In 2003, Bronstein filed for divorce, and custody of Rohan was awarded to him.
In 2005, Stone adopted another child, son Laird, and a year later — the youngest son Quinn. The actress brought up her sons herself.
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