The holidays have arrived and, although some claim it to be “the most wonderful time of the year,” getting through holiday gatherings can be difficult for those struggling with fertility.  To help get you through this holiday season, we have compiled a list of resources.  Have additional tips for coping with infertility this season?  Leave them in the comments!

 

That dreaded question at holiday parties, “So, when are you going to have kids?” can leave you reaching for a second…and third…holiday cookie.  Maintaining a good nutritional foundation during the holidays is especially important for women struggling with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).  Certified Holistic Health Coach, Holly Amarandei, offers tips for Avoiding Emotionally Eating Your Way Through the Holidays.

 

RESOLVE offers multiple resources for coping with the holidays, including how to deal with holiday dread and tips for coping with holiday blues.

 

Creating a Family“s Dawn Davenport has created an Infertility Survival Guide for the Holidays video.  Offering helpful tips on how casino online to make it through this year”s winter parties and family events.  Prepare for this holiday season by watching Dawn”s Guide.

 

The Huffington Post”s Huffpost Women published an article that offers not only tips for coping with infertility during the holidays, but also “Infertility Etiquette” Tips for Friends & Family!

 

For a Holiday Checklist for Holiday Travelers Coping with Infertility, read Andrea Bryman”s article on taking care of yourself this holiday season.  Andrea Bryman is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a speciality in assisted reproduction which includes mental health assessments and evaluation of egg donors and surrogates.

 

 

 

 

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