What you think is a perfectly normal and helpful question or comment can actually be damaging and depressing for a women dealing with infertility or child loss
This week is National Infertility Awareness week and today I'm going to tell you 5 things that should never be said to a person dealing with infertility.....
Hey girl, Hey! Today kicks off National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) and the theme for this year is "FLIP THE SCRIPT"!
Sometimes, we can get so caught up in trying to obtain the big victories that we neglect the small ones that are happening every single day.
I know whats it's like to have to fight off the feelings of grief, confusion and sadness hours and even days after going through the baby aisles. But allow me to give you a new perspective.. Today, I want to talk about the BLESSING in the baby aisle!
As hard as it may be to believe, there really is a blessing in this waiting process. Don't miss it by dwelling on things that are well out of your control.
Although you and many others may think this joke is funny; for many people it's anything but. For women like me, these jokes are a reminder of what we don't have and tend to incite emotional turmoil for us.
I've come to learn that God's Word is the best source of encouragement and hope in those low, dark moments. So I have compiled 31 bible verses for you all. I pray that they will encourage you, renew your hope, and revive your faith on this journey.
What does the to-do list of a woman believing God for a baby consist of? Well ladies, God gave me some things and I wanted to share with you all! So here goes........
There will be times on your Journey to Motherhood where you just want to be alone and all you can do is cry. THAT. IS. OK.!! Do not go along this journey thinking that it's NOT OK to cry. Doing so does not make you weak or any less of a Christian! It just makes you human.