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The pregnancy I always wanted didn’t save me

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You never know what the Lord has in store for you. Be patient and wait on him. Enjoy the rebloged entry.

notes from the neighborhood

Four years. We spent four years trying to get pregnant. Every last hope. Every last wish. Everything I ever wanted hinged on having children. I wanted a baby so bad.

Anyone who has struggled with infertility knows the cycle of emotions. Shame. Pain. Embarrassment. Hope. Disappointment. Hope. Disappointment. Jealousy. Shame for feeling jealous. Hope. Disappointment. Anger. Sadness. Depression. Round and round it goes.

The emotions are suffocating. And so, so lonely. Because it is such a hard thing to deal with it’s an even harder thing to talk about. Infertility is very isolating. Every time I  hear of someone who has been ‘trying to get pregnant’ I am taken back to the place of isolation. I feel those emotions again: the sadness- deep and aching and I long to say, “I get it.” But having a baby after struggling with infertility boots you from the club. Yes I can relate…

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Author: thehealingjourneycounselingfl

Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern in the state of Florida. Professional member of Florida Association for Infants Mental Health and Florida Mental Health Counselors and The American Counseling Association. Field Advocate for Suicide Prevention and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training. She is also a mentor, army spouse and works with service members and their families.

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