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The Reluctant Spouse/Partner

Posted by on Jan 8, 2013 in Blog, couples, fertility, infertility | 0 comments

Several months ago, I wrote a post about the benefits of having a fertility plan for those that have been diagnosed with infertility.  In counseling sessions with my clients, the benefits are evident as I see how a fertility plan helps couples navigate through the difficult decision-making process of treatment and family-building options. In reflecting back to the post, and in recalling many past sessions with clients, there is one variable I have witnessed that can really make developing a fertility plan challenging for a couple.  It is reluctance on the part of one person to consider...

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Diagnosis Infertility: Now What?

Posted by on Sep 11, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

If you have recently received an infertility diagnosis from your physician, or perhaps diagnosed yourself based on information you accessed from the world wide web, you are likely feeling overwhelmed, scared, and uncertain.  There are many other feelings that may have come and gone, only to resurface again the next day, week, or month. One of the most overwhelming things about being diagnosed with infertility is that the number of decisions to be made are numerous and varied.  Knowing what to do and when to do it are significant challenges for women and couples.  One reason this is true is...

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What is your fertility plan?

Posted by on Aug 13, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Most of you reading this post probably do not have an “official” Fertility Plan, but likely have given much thought and consideration to how and when you will have a baby. Creating an “official” Fertility Plan is a very effective way for couples to cope with the difficult emotions that are a result of an infertility diagnosis. Also, a Fertility Plan is helpful in navigating the decision-making process of treatment and family-building options. Perhaps the biggest benefit of developing a Fertility Plan with your spouse or partner, is that it offers the opportunity to communicate...

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