Flourishing Families Counseling

Reproductive Difficulties

If you are trying to cope with the challenges of infertility or miscarriage, seeking out a therapist at Flourishing Families can be beneficial. A fertility and/or miscarriage therapist can provide personalized care and support. Flourishing Families can help you understand your emotions, learn coping techniques, explore treatment options, and develop strategies for dealing with any related stressors.

How Flourishing Families Can Help With Miscarriages

An estimated 10 percent to 20 percent of recognized pregnancies end in miscarriage, typically defined as the end of a pregnancy up to 20 weeks of gestation. A further 1 percent of pregnancies are lost to stillbirth, which occurs after 20 weeks. Such losses, though common, are often invisible. Many miscarriages occur early in pregnancy, before a woman has told friends or family members about the pregnancy. And even late-term losses are frequently shrouded in secrecy and taboo.
The silence around pregnancy loss can compound the grief and trauma that parents experience. It can leave them feeling isolated, ashamed, and alone.

How Flourishing Families Can Help With Infertility

If you are struggling to conceive, it may be time to seek help from a therapist. Infertility can be a very emotionally distressing experience, and seeking professional help can provide much-needed support. 

A therapist can help you navigate your feelings and emotions and help you make the best decisions for your situation. A therapist can provide counseling and support to help you cope with the emotional challenges of infertility. If you are struggling to conceive, do not hesitate to seek help from a therapist. 

When to Talk to a Therapist

If you are experiencing any of the following, it is important to seek help: 
  • You are feeling overwhelmed, anxious, or depressed
  • Difficulty coping with stress
  • Troubles communicating with others
  • Problems managing your emotions
  • Difficulty sleeping or eating
  • Using alcohol or drugs to cope with your emotions
It is important to remember that you are not alone—help is available. You can find support from friends and family, as well as qualified professionals who are experienced in helping people cope with their issues.


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