How to tell your friends and family you have infertility

In today’s podcast, I’m sharing with you my experience of sharing our journey with our loved ones and how to tell your friends and family you have infertility.


Is there an easy way to do it? Well… yes and no. There’s no foolproof way to ensure that everyone will say and do the right thing – they never will, but in today’s episode, I’m talking about my recommended approach to announcing your infertility journey, based on the way one of my wonderful friends once announced that her husband had non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.


You’ll have to tune in to the full episode for details, however, I strongly recommend sending an email to your friends and family. It’s a great way to ensure that everything you want to say comes out and comes out right. I have a number of resources in my fertility library that can help you with this (including a PDF you can just straight up send), but it also gives you time to process, gives them time to process and generally allows for an easier journey.


I remember telling my friends and family well, but today you’re also getting to see the insight (and hindsight) of how that worked and perhaps what I’d have done differently if I had my time again. Tune in for details.



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