Picking up his poo makes me his bytzh, methinks

It rained earlier this week.  It reminded me of the early days of potting training my dog.

Getting a puppy didn't seem that difficult.

Oh, I was so wrong.

As a first time dog owner, I had a LOT to learn.  

Potty training was frustrating and took months.  

Standing outside for what seemed like forever was irritating.  Thankfully, San Diego has great weather year-round so I rarely had to be in bone-deep cold, slicing rain, or needle-sharp snow.

Wiping up puddles of pee and mounds of poop in the house was disgusting.

It was a long road of trial by fire.  I didn't understand the importance of crating immediately so he wouldn't mark the house.  I felt guilty for keeping him caged up so I let him roam around.  It dragged the potty training process out by months.

The problem was I didn't know what I didn't know.  That meant I didn't ask the right questions.

It wasn't until looking back that I realized my innumerable mistakes.

This is what I see women doing all the time when trying to get pregnant.  They're piecing their own treatment plan together based on online research.  

Even with my 20+ years of clinical knowledge, I always go to a fellow acupuncturist or chiropractor for treatment of any issue that lingers more than a few days.  I always consult someone else when treating my kids.  I don't have the objectivity to assess my or their symptoms.

If putting together your own fertility treatment plan is what you're doing without any help from natural health experts, I guarantee you that you're delaying your process and handicapping yourself with what you don't know.

Because it's what you DON'T know that often hinders you.

Find someone local.

Or join my online fertility program - zenfertility.com/gps  

Or better yet, do both.

Now go and enjoy the weekend with your loved ones.

Julie Chang,

Natural Fertility Eggspurt

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  • Natural Fertility Coach
  • Licensed Fertility Acupuncturist for 18 years
  • Master in Traditional Oriental Medicine, Magna Cum Laude
  • B.S. Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, UCLA

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