Kiss Me – I’m Infertile (I Mean Irish)

Let’s cheers to one holiday that isn’t focused on children, or a reminder of motherhood! Maybe it’s just me, but as every holiday approached I would begin talking myself down off the ledge, trying to take deep breaths and  run through all the scenarios of what might be coming my way in conversations. Who was […]

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The Life Changing Habit of Journaling

“Documenting details of your everyday life, becomes a celebration of who you are.” – Carolyn V. Hamilton I couldn’t agree more with this inspirational quote about journaling. I began documenting my journey shortly after we ventured down the road of IVF. I found myself consumed in my thoughts, consumed with worry, consumed with emotions, feelings […]

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Social Media and Infertility – The Things We Want to Post…but Don’t

It seems like every time I open up Facebook or Instagram, another woman is posting a pregnancy announcement, a gender reveal, pregnancy photo updates, or the birth of her child. Social media began to plague me with frustration, hurt and anger because it seemed so easy for everyone else to get pregnant, and I’m over […]

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For the Families and Friends

I hear the phrase, “my friend/family member read your blog and said it was so helpful.” I want to share that this blog is not only for the women experiencing infertility, but also for the friends and family who are looking for understanding as well as helpful tools to be supportive to their loved ones. […]

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Keeping the Faith

Every woman struggling to get pregnant has reached the point of feeling like giving up. We’ve all felt the feeling of defeat, the feeling of being overwhelmed, over worried, over stressed, and wanting to crumble to the floor and give up. It’s a natural and organic response to the challenges you were chosen to face. […]

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Practices to Strengthen Your Marriage While Navigating Through Infertility

I remember the extreme loneliness I felt at times once I found out we were not going to be able to conceive on our own. I felt the mounting pressure of our situation being my fault, I was broken, I’m the reason my husband doesn’t have children, I can’t give my husband and our families […]

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