Infertility can cause physical and emotional isolation
People who haven’t struggled with infertility may offer well intentioned advice, when you really don’t want to hear it. Let’s face it, they’re talking about your sex life and frankly, it’s none of their business.
Don’t isolate yourself because of others
Infertility can make you want to crawl into a hole and hide. Family events where someone announces a pregnancy, christening or birth is another stabbing reminder that the life you envisioned is on hold.
You don’t have to suffer in silence or avoid social events. Infertility creates a perfect storm of denial, a life in limbo and secrecy. It’s not a subject that can be discussed openly at the family BBQ.
Watch out for signs that it’s affecting your personality and life. If your friends and family notice a change in your behaviour, you need to speak to someone. Bottling up the stress over months or even years might make it harder to conceive. Don’t let infertility define you. You’re stronger than this and you can make it through this path in life.
I can teach you strategies and techniques to help you.
Let’s reserve some time together to discuss your journey. You deserve to feel connected and whole again.
I’ve been studying these strategies and techniques since 2003. I dealt with people in pain and struggling for over ten years. You’ll feel happier, lighter and more connected. I only have a limited number of spots available, so reserve yours today.