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Many women feel some level of guilt after a miscarriage or infertility. They feel like they could have prevented it if they’d done something differently. I definitely felt that way after my third loss. In this article, I’ll share my 4 steps for letting go of that guilt.
It’s natural to feel some fear after a miscarriage. I had fears. A lot of them. Fear that I would never get pregnant again. Fear that I WOULD get pregnant again and lose the baby. Fear that I’d never feel like a fully whole woman. Fear that I’d never feel normal again. Releasing your fears brings so much peace, for you and the baby you plan to carry. Let me show you how to give up your fears and control and trust in your path.
Christmas is such a kid-centric holiday, it seems there are constant reminders of our childlessness. Since my early days of grief after miscarriage, I’ve learned to love the holiday season again and have 5 tips that will allow you to get into the holiday spirit too.
Venting is necessary but it doesn’t make you feel better. It keeps you stuck, replaying a movie over and over in your mind. It’s a movie without a happy ending. I want to teach you how to to release that anger and truly begin to heal.
Society tells us all kinds of things about pregnancy loss. I've heard some of these words come out of my own mouth and cringed as I said them, as I knew deep down that they weren't true. When you believe these myths, it keeps you stuck in your pain. Here are 3 myths...
I dreaded each and every period as a kid, but when in throes of infertility, my period took on a whole new meaning. Here are my top 4 ways to help you move forward after your period each month.