Ever feel angry to the point when you get a baby shower invitation or hear about a birth announcement? Feel that anger bubbling up when you see perfect families with their perfect babies. Ever feel ridiculous that you still feel that way even though you're pregnant or have babies of your own?
On this episode, I share with you why getting rid of that anger isn't the answer and what to do instead.
Listen on iTunes | Listen on Stitcher | Listen on iHeartRadio
What this anger is really trying to tell you and how to make sure you don't miss the signs
Why pushing away the anger is not the answer and what to do instead
Why anger is such an easy emotion for many of us to feel
I read an email from a Delivering Miracles® listener on her experience with anger after seeing a baby shower invitation even though she's pregnant after infertility
The four steps to working through anger so it dissipates for good
The number one hurdle that keeps most women from being able to manage their anger properly and what to do about it
The only question you must keep asking yourself over and over to help you work through the anger
How to find the right professional support when you're looking to heal from the journey you've been on to get to this moment
The moments that would trigger my anger even when my son was home from the NICU and what they actually meant.
Anger is a mask for grief. Channel that anger to help you identify exactly what you’re grieving and then allow yourself to mourn that loss.
Resources from the show...
Personalized support to heal after infertility or a high-risk pregnancy (Learn more)
Get your copy of Pregnancy Brain: A Mind-Body Approach to Stress Management During a High-Risk Pregnancy (Read Now)
Subscribe to Delivering Miracles® on iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio and the Google Podcast app on Android to make sure you don't miss the latest episode on how to get through infertility, a high-risk pregnancy, prematurity and NICU stay and how to heal after it's all over and baby is home.
#DeliveringMiraclesPodcast #Prematurity #NICU #HighRiskPregnancy #Infertility #PregnancyComplications