So much of our time is focused on trying to make a baby, and keeping a relationship going with so many of the challenges that infertility brings. If any of you have forgotten, like I do sometimes, that with or withour a baby we are amazing women. To just make it through a day of the kinds of things we all go through and still have a smile on our face or find kind words for each other through joys and sorrows is a feat in and of itself. Each and everyone of you are so strong and have such fortitude and should be comemded for it. A lot of people refer to the infertile journey as a roller coaster, but it so much more than that. It builds and shows character, and so many of you show how strong that character is. There will be those here that get that BFP and those that don't, but despite the end result I hope all of will take a min. and look at the journey, at all the pain and joy and anxiousness and realize if you don't already now how incredible strong you are for going through it. I won't go as far to say other women aren't lucky to go through this, because I wouldn't wish this upon anyone, but I don't know if they get to know this part of themselves and for good and bad I am a stronger and better person now then when this all started, and I know that whatever other challenges life throws at me I can handle it because I am a strong and amazing women, just as all of you are. Just a little food for thought.
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