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The Invisible Wall

Struggles through infertility can tend to take over your life. The  constant stress of the treatments and the repeated disappointments, can  definitely strain the relationship between partners. Women may feel more  irritable & emotional and her partner more..

20 things you don't tell people with Infertility

I always avoid telling others about my infertility journey to avoid the comments that can really sting, let my blood pressure rise and bite my tongue to put it mildly. There are more..

The Unintended Jealousy!

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The Forgotten entity with Infertility - Men

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Let it Go, Let it Go...

  Sometimes, there are relationships(including friendships) in life you have to let go for reasons you may not fully accept or understand. I had one such relationship came to a sudden end last year. It was hurtful to accept more... 

Claiming my Niche- "The Infertility Coach"

 Brene Brown talks about the power of owning our stories. "If we own our story, we get to write the ending". Here is my first attempt to own my story in writing! more... 

Full jar or Empty jar of marbles???

 How does trust play in a relationship? A colleague at work shared this analogy about the jar of marbles (referenced in Brene Brown's book "Daring Greatly") more... 

Living in the Moment - Is that easy?

 My husband and I adopted a child recently. It's been such a joy for us and lot of learning after a wonderful 16 years of married life. My life is ​ more... 

Truly moving on...

 We all carry things with us more longer than it needed to be. Its time to let it go and move on with our journey in life. The longer we carry, the more agitated we are going to be with our life and relationships.more... 

Advice for Free ???

 How many of you get advice without asking for it?? Same goes for giving advice!!! I am sure many... Humans are problem solvers and especially we love solving problems for more... 

Amp up your Thank you's!!!

 How often do you say "Thank you!" in a day? If you are like me, the answer is at least a few... In my opinion, these 2 words have become more arbitrary in many peoples vocabulary. It doesn't mean more...