Is the fear of failure of judgment holding you back from sharing your struggles with infertility? Do you find that you are isolating yourself and cutting off social relationships? It's National Face your Fears Day, and time to reach out for support in your infertility journey.
You may have noticed that with everything you have to do, daily chores, taking care of your baby, going to work, etc., it's difficult to stay connected to your partner. If you think about it, there are opportunities all around us to get closer to your partner. Here I provide 5 simple easy to implement ways to increase intimacy after baby.
Do you know the difference between parenting and parenthood? Both are important concepts when raising a child. Are you prepared for both? Learn more here.
Infertility is a complex and often misunderstood condition. Infertility does not discriminate, it spans racial, ethnic, cultural, socioeconomic, education, and religious groups and affects approximately 10% of the population. Chances are you know someone facing infertility, but how much do you know about it? Here are five common myths about infertility and the truths you may find fascinating.
Have you ever heard the term "rainbow baby?" A rainbow baby is a baby that is born after a stormy period (infertility, miscarriage, stillbirth, etc.). This baby, like a rainbow, is an example that a beautiful gift can come out of a dark time. Infertility is a devastating storm, with one of the most common reactions being isolation. Move through your journey with your partner by you side, each of you providing support for the other. Learn how to join forces with your partner to effectively weather the storm of infertility together.