During her visit to Good Morning America, Michelle opened up about various important subjects.
The first African-American First Lady discussed the important topic of miscarriages.
“I felt like I failed because I didn’t know how common miscarriages were because we don’t talk about them,” she said about her experience with miscarriage.
“We sit in our own pain, thinking that somehow we’re broken. It’s important to talk to young mothers about the fact that miscarriages happen,” she continued and explained.
She also shared that she underwent in-vitro fertilization (#IVF) soon after realizing that the “biological clock is real.”
Michelle Obama recently opened up about her marriage with Barack Obama, explaining how it’s going so well after so many years.
Last month, she was on the Today Show to help celebrate the International Day of the Girl, where s was asked if she’d ever try her chances with her husband’s former position, Michelle made it very clear that the answer is “Absolutely not.”
“As a woman, you usually understand where exactly your voice works best. Where you want to operate and what space you want to be in. I’ve never wanted to be a politician, you know, and it is one of those things that… nothing’s changed in me to make me want to run for elected office,” she explained.
She also said that one of the keys to having a successful marriage is having separate bathrooms.