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Infertility Awareness Week

It’s Infertility Awareness Week, and in honor, I am sharing a great article about Infertility Etiquette. If you or a loved one suffers from this awful disease, I highly recommend you take a few minutes to read it. It helps to answer the “what should I say when” that comes up so often during infertility conversations.

Share it with your support network!


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6 thoughts on “Infertility Awareness Week

  1. Reblogged this on waitingforourbun and commented:
    Great advice…I wish the whole world could read this, or just the little world that surrounds me.

  2. Such a great post. It’s funny, I think I sometimes need this for myself more than others. I do wish I could secretly slip this to friends and colleagues. Infertility is such a tough topics to share. In other news — awesome to hear about your upcoming cycle! Get excited. Get pumped. Get ready for baby. Good luck! xoxo

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  4. Glad you liked the article as much as I did! I have shared it with my friends and family who are ‘in the know’ to help them help me through this crazy process. I always have to remind myself that people mean well, but sometimes they just don’t know what to say, which leads to foot-in-mouth situations.

    Thanks for the well-wishes! I am excited, nervous, and scared, but feel ready. I am strong enough to get through this, and the end result will be worth all the injections, hormonal outbursts, and doctor’s appointments. Happy thoughts to y’all, too!! Yay!

  5. Norma Wible on said:

    What a great resource! Thanks for sharing and educating all of us. Rooting for you from afar! 🙂

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