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What is the infertile patient's prayer ?
Lord, Give me Strength...
To keep my cool when another period starts
To keep my chin up when a co-worker announces her pregnancy
To have a good relationship with my friend in spite of her ability to conceive easily and not be jealous of her
To endure my sister-in-law's comments about toilet training
To keep from crying when I see children begging on the roads
To forgive my doctor when he keeps me waiting for 2 hours for a consultation - and then can't remember my name
To make the right decision about treatment
To maintain a good relation ship with my husband in spite of all this.
It's helpful to remember the Serenity Prayer by Reinhold Niebuhr. "God, Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can change, and the wisdom to know the difference."
Watching your husband playing with your friend's baby and wishing you could give him one of his own
Telling nurses to please take blood from your right arm because the veins in your left arm are all gone because of all the IVs you've had
Avoiding people you haven't seen for a long time because you don't want to hear the question, "Do you have any kids yet?"
Feeling very left out when your friends start comparing their pregnancy or childbirth experiences
Feeling like the whole town is pregnant except for you
Getting tired of people always expecting you to do things because " You don't have any kids to worry about "
Waking up in the middle of the night and wishing you could hear your baby crying
Wishing you could give your parents grandchildren
Wanting to fall apart if one other person says, "Why don't you adopt ?" Easy, right?
Sometimes avoiding friends who are pregnant or with newborns because you just can't handle the situation at that moment
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