In 2009, I miscarried early in the second trimester. I had fallen instantly in love with that baby and when the heartbeat stopped, I felt like mine did too. I’ve never in my life felt so broken.
Infertility had become this dark cloud that infiltrated every single area of my life and I knew that if I wanted to make it through, I needed to start doing things differently.
I needed to look at my worst-case scenario—the very real possibility of never having kids —and find a way to be happy anyway. This book outlines the steps I used to do that.
I know what it’s like to feel completely alone, broken, lost, and overwhelmed.
I also know what it’s like to find new purpose and meaning in your life. To find peace and acceptance with where you are while also being hopeful about the future.
It’s possible to be happy and live a purposeful, meaningful and connected life even when something in your life also feels hard, sad, or complicated.
It’s not one or the other. It’s not all or nothing. You don’t have to avoid the pain to feel the joy. In fact, they can coexist quite beautifully.
This book will show you how.