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You are wanting something so deeply, and yet, it's not happening. You don't know what to do. The inability to conceive is an incredibly painful experience; one that often comes with a reduced sense of mental, emotional, physical and relational wellbeing. Many areas of your life can be negatively affected by the situation, from relationships with family and friends to work life. You might also feel like you're not yourself anymore after feeling stuck in recurrent bouts of grief, month after month.

1 in 6 couples have fertility problems. When that's happening to you, it can feel discouraging and scary. You've imagined a certain family experience and you no longer know if it will happen. That's devastating. It can feel like no one sees you in your unique pain. You might feel frustrated and tired of hearing insensitive comments which may lead to feeling very alone and isolated in your experience.

Take a deep breath.

I see you, I hear you, I know what you feel. I've been there too.

You don't need to go through it alone. I am here to help you navigate, process your emotions, and reduce the distress the fertility issues have caused in your life.

Together, we can:

  • Explore ways to manage the day-to-day emotional distress related to infertility

  • Regain a sense of control of what's happening to you

  • Prepare you for fertility treatments such as IUI and IVF

  • Boost and enhance your fertility

  • Create the best fertile state, physically and emotionally, for conception to occur

  • Restore trust and confidence in your body

  • Sort through the choices and decisions needed to either become a parent or to live child-free

  • Bring back joy and love for life


My Own Experience

I can relate to your infertility struggles. I know how hard it is to not conceive when you deeply want to have a child. I am now blessed with two beautiful and healthy boys but the journey to get there was not an easy one. I know the struggle first-hand as it took several years and required assisted reproductive technology. It was painful, scary, long, expensive and draining.


If you are interested in knowing more about my personal journey with infertility, please read this article on my blog. I also address some practices that helped me cope and get through this painful period of my life in this article.

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