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Infreakinfertility: How to Survive When Getting
Infreakinfertility: How to Survive When Getting
Infreakinfertility: How to Survive When Getting

Infreakinfertility: How to Survive When Getting Pregnant Gets Hard

Product ID : 37583178


Galleon Product ID 37583178
UPC / ISBN 000692190171 / 0692190171
Shipping Weight 0.65 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Shipping Dimension 8.11 x 7.91 x 0.51 inches
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Author Melanie Dale
Number Of Pages 148
Publication Date 2018-10-19
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About Infreakinfertility: How To Survive When Getting

"This isn't a book about conquering infertility. This is a book about surviving it." I felt like a babyless freak. No matter what we tried, I couldn’t get pregnant, even after standing on my head after sex. I was pretty sure I was the only woman on the planet going through infertility, certainly the only one jamming needles into my butt on commercial breaks during my favorite TV shows. Everyone was getting pregnant around me and no one was talking about what happened if you couldn’t. After my experience, I wanted to write a book for other infertile women and couples who feel alone, the book I wish I’d had when I was going through it, filled with dark humor and illustrations of quirky ovaries and whimsical sperm. If you’re like me, you want blunt, honest conversations about all the crazy stuff you’re going through with someone who’s been there and understands at least some of what you’re dealing with and how you’re feeling. And if it can somehow give you permission to laugh without diminishing the pain you’re feeling? Even better. This is the funnest book you’ll ever read about the worst thing that’s ever happened to you. Each chapter covers a different challenge with infertility and is broken into sections, a little of my story and concerns, a blurb from my husband, Alex, kind of a window into his dudely brain, and practical tips on how to cope. Read it yourself, read it as a couple, and if you’re struggling to explain your feelings to friends and family, hurl a copy at them and run away. I really wish you didn’t need this book, but since you do, come on over. You’re not alone.