Are Your Infertility Treatments Causing You To Feel Stressed, Anxious Or Depressed
* Do you get upset when you attend baby showers or go to malls full of baby strollers and pregnant women?
* Do you feel like crying when friends or family ask a question like, “Are you still trying to get pregnant?”
* Do you wish your husband would be more supportive and take a more active role in your fertility and conception treatments?
* Are you spending too much time worrying about becoming pregnant?
* Do you feel like your body has betrayed you every time you start your period?
* Do you feel helpless, powerless, and out of control?
This Infertility Book Will Help You:
• Manage Your Emotions
• Get Your Husband To Be More Supportive And Involved
• Deal With Painful Social Situations
• Ease Your Frustrations
• Regain A Sense Of Control.
Fertility And Pregnancy Issues Addressed In This Infertility Treatment Guide:
• Handling The Disappointment Of Getting Your Period
• How To Stop Feeling You Have No Control Over Your Body (Especially With Infertility PCOS)
• How To Deal With Insensitive Comments, Unwanted Advice, And Unwelcome Questions
• How To Deal With Painful Questions Like, “How Many Children Do You Have?” Or “Are You Trying To Get Pregnant?”
• How To Decide Whether You Should Tell Friends And Family That You’re Seeking Infertility Treatment. (And What To Say)
This Anti-Stress Fertility Guide Also Shows You How To Deal With Difficult Situations Like…
• A Girlfriend Calling To Say She’s Pregnant
• Whether You Should Attend Baby Showers
• Getting Your Husband To Be More Understanding & Supportive
• Keeping Yourself Emotionally Safe During Holidays
And A Chapter On Breathing & Infertility Meditations:
Learn five kinds of conscious breathing patterns that decrease your stress, shift your energy and manage the demands of trying to get pregnant.
A Personal Note From The Author:
This book blends 20 years of my experience as a psychotherapist counseling hundreds of women trying to get pregnant, with my own personal experiences as a woman who sought infertility treatments.
I know the emotions around trying to conceive are sometimes more challenging than the infertility treatments themselves. I used to cry when I saw women with baby strollers and ask myself questions like, “What have I done to cause my infertility?”
That’s why I’ve put together this guide. It will heal the pain, ease the frustration, and help you regain a sense of control. It is my intention to keep you emotionally safe until you become pregnant.