Re: Miscarriages-Has this happened to you?
I too had a miscarriage. My husband was and is very supportive, and he was there for me all along. I think it would have been foolish to push him away, because I needed him. And we recovered, and became closer through it.
Your wife seems to be having some delayed, dysfunctional grieving. She appeared to not be as upset in the beginning, then 2 months later, she's pushing you away. Also, realize that after a miscarriage, it can take some time for her hormones to get back into balance. Perhaps this is part of it, but not the whole thing. Something is weird about this--whether she stuffed her grief for a couple of months and is now letting it out in a most dysfunctional way, or something else is going on.
Make sure she knows that you love her, and will fight for her, but don't beg and humiliate yourself in the process. Stay strong, for yourself and for her.
"Never argue with stupid people. They will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience." –Mark Twain