Is talking to friends who have children painful? Do you feel as if you can’t burden your friends with your problems? Do your fertile friends have trouble understanding you? Do you feel that infertility is isolating you from your friends and family?
Infertility can bring up strong feelings of resentment, jealousy, and shame. If you hate the way you feel around peers that are pregnant or have children, there is hope. If you feel that your life is in limbo, or that you aren’t really living, help is available. You don’t have to be isolated when now is that time that you need your friends and family and support the most!
Connect with your friends and family
Sometimes you might feel that the people that you need the most are the ones that are bringing you down. We will discuss communication techniques and habits that you can adopt to improve your relationships with friends and family while on the path to fertility.
Coping with the stress related to infertility can help you reduce depression and embrace your life
Therapy will provide you with skills and tools that you can apply to make tangible improvements to your life. Pamela will teach you relaxation techniques to help free yourself from anxiety and feel more in control. Together, you will work through feelings of depression, stress, and resentment so that you can feel more free to pursue a meaningful and enriching life.
Get help today
You can cope with infertility. Call now to make an appointment or just fill out the form and click Send. Read more about how Pamela can help your relationship, help you cope with infertility grief, or learn about our group sessions for couples and group sessions for women.