Life is like a map with many roads, it's up to us to chose which way to go.
There is life after pain as long as have breath in your body. Seek a Divine source of strength and embrace it.
Grief is a part of life, it is not unhealthy to feel guilty and a feeling of failure after a miscarriage. The first step to healing is accepting that it has happened and regaining the strength to carry on and turn your trial into triumph. I had a miscarriage as a teenager, no I was not ready to raise what would have been my 2nd child but the pain was just as intense as it would have been if I were an adult. I was confused and felt guilty for not knowing that I was pregnant, but felt more ashamed that it was my 2nd child. I was ashamed to say that I felt sad that I lost the baby because some, even in my family said it was for the best. I thought they would say I was stupid for feeling the way I did when in their reality I did not need a baby period. It took me a while to realize that my feelings, just as yours, are relevant. Don't be afriad to feel, it is a begining down your road to recovery.