I've had pretty much the same thing happen to me towards the end of this year. I lost my grandma at the beginning of October (who was 102 but very healthy - still walking around on her own etc) very suddenly, she went in to hospital on Saturday with high blood pressure, had very sudden l lung failure on Sunday and died on Tuesday. She lived with me and my family since I was 5 so was like a second mother to me. Three weeks later I miscarried my first baby at 11 weeks. October 2018 was the worst month of my life so far.
People really don't talk about miscarriages, I've had so many people at work say 'It happen to me too' and then walk away. It seems to happen to a lot of people and I know it's painful to talk about it but as a society we should. I know I go over old ground a lot but people seem to be keen to just tell me I need to move on, which I know I do but talking helps processing. Getting professional support has been pretty much impossible.
To make things worse, I hate my job to the point that I've thought about just quitting and staying at home. I want to do something different but I'm not really qualified for any other field. I feel stressed all the time (obviously my personal circumstances contribute to this), my hair is starting to fall out, I wake up with a sore jaw in the morning from grinding my teeth in my sleep.... sorry, this has turned in to a bit of a rant. Hopefully 2019 will bring better days.
@Wretch I'm so sorry for your loss. My little sister has had severe depression for a number of years and that was always a phonecall I dreaded getting and something I still worry about. I can only imagine how you feel. I hope 2019 is a better year for you though I know it will always be hard without him