It's hard to know who to trust when you're going through a life-altering experience like infertility, high-risk pregnancy or a baby in the NICU. Your doctors are sharing all kinds of scary statistics, Google one-ups them with even scarier stories. You might have met women in online forums or on Facebook who have been through what you're going through...but can you really trust them? Maybe yes, maybe not. But how do you know?
On this episode, I share with you how to know who to trust when you're facing challenges to grow your family so you don't end up following bad advice that leaves you filled with guilt and regret.
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The three levels of trust that you must have when you're facing infertility, a high-risk pregnancy or parenting in the NICU
The one person most women forget to trust that is the one person they must trust the most
Signs you don't trust your doctor even if you love them
The most common reason trust gets broken during infertility, a high-risk pregnancy and in the NICU
Choosing who you trust should never come from your head and always from your gut
A client story about how she lost trust in her medical team and how that could have been prevented
Why it's critical that your words match your actions when you're going up against infertility, a high-risk pregnancy or are in the NICU
Trust is in the right people and resources is essential to help you get through the difficult time and also to help you heal after it’s all over.
Resources from the show...
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