My husband and I have begun our first month of IUI and will be undergoing the insemination process this weekend (hopefully). He hadn't told his family, but I suggested he tell them the process so they could not only be supportive, but also thought it would help build the strained relationship between them and I. Yesterday he talked to them about the process and they responded with a "we'll pray for you" along with a bunch of stories of people they know that have gone thru various fertility treatments without success. My husband doesn't think they were being negative, but I absolutely think they were, along with not being supportive. Has anyone else experienced this and how do you deal with it? These people annoy the hell out of me!
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