Stress Related to Infertility & Ways to Reduce It
by Meslissa Estes, LPC, LMFT
Trying to get pregnant can be extremely stressful. Anxiety can lead to thoughts of worry about what is wrong with you and your partner. A lot of times people jump to thinking the worst. There is a universal tendency to underestimate the stress caused by infertility, and the impact it has on your fertility journey.
Tips for Coping with Infertility
by Melissa Estes, LCP, LMFT
Struggling with infertility is emotionally taxing. Patients often feel stressed, guilty, sad, and under pressure to have a baby right away. There are often ups and downs throughout the journey-feelings of hope, sadness, excitement, and anxiety. These tips, grounded in solid physiological research, can help you cope with your fertility journey. (more…)