Surviving Infertility

After struggling for years to have a child, many couples may be caught up in their negative feelings about their infertility. It's important to work through these feelings together.

Feelings about infertility can return even after adopting.
During a years-long struggle with infertility, couples feel intensely isolated and experience a range of emotions. Most of us expect these feelings to disappear after we adopt, and are confounded when shades of grief persist alongside our joy. Read on for a discussion of how feelings about infertility may change over time. Putting an End to Treatments Even though the infertility experience is often described as an emotional rollercoaster, it’s hard to know when to get off. Having a biological ...

What it’s normal to feel, even after you adopt and fall in love with your child.

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