I'm surrounded by married women. My entire career is focused on helping women get pregnant so obviously most of you are in a long-term relationship.
The challenge for me as a single woman wanting to be in a meaningful relationship is to live my life fully and authentically.
And not to measure it against what I see which is lots and lots of women in loving partnerships.
It's similar to the whole "everyone else is pregnant, except me" internal talk that y'all have.
I get it. I totally do.
But that "woe is me" jibber jabber serves no purpose other than to make you feel like utter shyt, that you're not good enough cuz motherhood should just be a given fact of life like juicy zits, and that life has shafted you in a place where light should not see.
Putting you in a position of reacting to your environment. Handing over your sovereignty to fate.
Instead, use it as an opportunity to learn and grow.
You don't need to know everything under the sun about improving fertility (I certainly don't) but you do need to be curious enough to find out what your next step is.
My favorite quote is "Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway."
I love that quote so much and is so appropriate for the stage of life I'm in that it's the home screen on my phone. My kids haven't caught on to the fact that their pic was replaced yet. :P
Look...if you want to have your own child in your 40s, it's going to take patience, focus, commitment, discipline, and TIME.
No one expects to just magically get in shape, lose the extra weight, or learn a new language or instrument.
It's the same thing with fertility and reversing poor egg quality. Your situation is a reflection of your choices up to this point.
Maybe your next step is to find out how my online GPS (Get Pregnant & Stay pregnant) Fertility Program can improve your fertility naturally. If it is, checky here: zenfertility.com/gps
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- Natural Fertility Coach
- Licensed Fertility Acupuncturist for 18 years
- Master in Traditional Oriental Medicine, Magna Cum Laude
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