Nerys Ghemor wrote:
I think he'd tell her his children aren't angry at her. She is angry at herself.
And that would be very true. She doesn't have any special "visions" from her dead children. She has terrible nightmares that are fed by her fear and troubled soul. The more she fears to close her eyes, the worse things she sees when she closes them, because--in a way--she expects to see something horrible. She expects them to send more messages about her failures.
But she believes those are messages and she tries to do what she thinks she's told.