The articles that you’ve written seem to predominately be focused around manifesting a baby. Why should I read them if my issues have nothing to do with fertility?

While much of what I’ve written has to do with infertility directly, I believe that in reading any of my articles, if you pull out the word infertility and put in whatever issue does pertain to you, you will find that the concepts apply as well. The article “Embracing Change” is a case in point. Any unwanted edict is likely to mandate that something be different in order to cope effectively. Likewise, “Shattered Self-Esteem” will ring true because of the way that we can loose our balance when our sense of intactness is threatened. And any “Crisis is an Opportunity,” in marriage or otherwise. I could go down the list, but I think you get the point.

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Helen Adrienne, LCSW general psychotherapist, clinical hypnotherapist, and practitioner of mind/body therapy with a specialty in infertility. New York City