Get Off the Emotional Rollercoaster and Break Through Limiting Beliefs to Live Through Infertility. Join us January 30 for the Living Through Infertility Summit.
We all know, myself included after 3+ years of navigating infertility, that it’s more than doctor appointments. It’s also about the day to day stuff, like supporting your spouse, managing relationships, wrestling with your faith and coping with a rollercoaster of emotions. You have heart level questions about living through infertility and we’re going to talk about them a the Living Through Infertility Summit on January 30. Save your free seat today.
Learn from leading experts in the field of infertility, mental health and relationships at our live half-day virtual event. They know how to creating lasting change that actually makes a difference and are ready to pour into you.
My heart behind the Living Through Infertility Summit was to create an event to help you reimagine the journey. I remember ours like it was yesterday. This experience will forever be a part of my story; but I remember thinking, “There has to be a better way to navigate this.”
- One where I felt connected with my spouse and a community that could relate to what I was experiencing
- One where I was living with acceptance prepared with resources to cope
- One where I felt loved after rediscovering the purpose my spouse and I had
- One where I felt empowered because I was owning my story and focusing on what I could control
If any of what I shared resonates with you, sign up to save your free seat today.
It’s all about making the infertility process better for you can confidently manage the journey with clarity, connection and hope.
I can’t wait to see you at the Summit on January 30. Mark your calendars as this will be the day you Get Off the Emotional Rollercoaster and Break Through Limiting Beliefs to Live Through Infertility
Registration closes January 28. Sign up below to save your free seat today.
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