July 13, 2013

INFERTILITY NEVER ENDS

"Is she your only child?" the new neighbors asked as we were getting to know each other.

"Yes, she is!" I answered confidently and proudly.  For the first time, it didn't hurt to answer.  I felt good, and happy.


Four days later, I was crying all the time and trying to decide if we should go back to the agony of trying to have another baby.

I really hope this feeling of incompleteness goes away with time...

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1 I was told once by a therapist that you can gauge progress if the event in question (whatever it is) happens less often and with less intensity. She said things do not just disappear, but the timespan between events stretches out and the events are less intense when they do come. I hope that is the case for you. And I think it is progress that you answered the neighbors that way and did not feel the pang at that time. Sending love and support and hoping you have a lovely summer. Little Girl Grok must be at a super fun age.

Posted by: Amy at July 15, 2013 03:13 PM (MRKBy)

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