Not being able to conceive a baby is one of the saddest, most heartbreaking things for a woman. These ideas for coping when you can't have children are from women who know how you feel. They, too, are living without the babies they longed to have.
When you’re undergoing fertility treatments such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) or embryo implantation, you’re not just anxious about getting pregnant…you’re also stressed about money! How do you deal with financial stress during fertility treatments? These tips for dealing with the anxiety that comes with having to pay to get pregnant will improve your health, lift your spirits, and fill you with hope.
Are your hopes for having a baby healthy for your life, or should you stop trying to get pregnant because it's causing anxiety and depression? Trying to conceive can be physically stressful and emotionally painful for many couples, and even have a negative effect on your marriage.
Living with infertility requires grit and grace — especially for women over 40 who believed they’d have children one day. What do you need to enter the second half of life as an infertile woman? How do you live happily with infertility when you always planned to have a family?
I didn't know some girls get gifts the first time they get a period. I would've loved to celebrate my first "menstruation" (as my grandma called it), which is why I had fun finding these gifts for girls getting their first periods :-)
Couples who are coping with infertility often feel overwhelmed with grief or anger. Sometimes divorce seems like the only option, especially if one or both partners had their hearts set on having children. Can you save your marriage, or is it too late?