Now don't get me wrong, I adore my husband, he is my best friend and the love of my life it is just that sometimes I think he just doesn't understand the impact that this infertility thing has on me. He thinks I stress about it too much and need to be more (yuck I hate this term) 'relaxed'. He is a super positive person and I love that about him but sometimes I just want him to cuddle me and let me cry about it instead of trying to cheer me up? I don't think he understands that I am in a way grieving? He says he can't wait to have babies but doesn't see any point in worrying about it day in day out to the point where it consumes your life. If only it were that easy. I feel like if he were more consumed by it I wouldn't get so frustrated with him. I told him all this last night and he is going to try harder to be supportive in the way that makes me feel better.
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