Infertility and the holidays: how to cope

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A few years ago I recorded a podcast called how to cope through Christmas when you’re trying to conceive. I’m older and wiser (and more compassionate now! But I do remember it had some funny moments, and although there may be some recurrent themes and I’m now producing today an updated version, I thought you may still like to circle back and listen to it.

So click here to read/listen to my episode about how to how to survive Christmas when you’re trying to conceive.

You may also want to circle back to how to create a special Christmas (despite infertility).

Christmas, Christmas Parties and Thanksgiving can feel like an especially trying time for anyone who is trying to conceive, right?

Together with drinking, family dynamics and the concept of Santa and presents for children, it can understandably be a really tough time when you’re navigating infertility.

So first up, if that’s you, please give yourself some grace. 

Understand that it’s ok for it to feel hard, and it’s ok for it to feel messy and that you’re allowed to feel hurt and upset by the people you love and in your family when and if they say the wrong thing.

In today’s episode, I’ll share with you some advice, reflection and guidance on how you can navigate the Holiday Season when you’re navigating infertility.

Hope you enjoy it.


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