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Labor Day and Infertility
Labor Day marks the end of summer and reminds us of the contributions and achievements of the American workers. When you’re infertile, the word labor only reminds us of what we still haven’t achieved this year: a baby.
Unfortunately, Labor Day barbeques and pool parties center around the family and when you least expect it, can turn into an interrogation about your own family building plans, why you haven’t had a baby yet, and unsolicited tips on which sexual positions are best for conceiving.
To prepare yourself for the potential emotional stress of the holiday, check out the following articles from the FertilityAuthority.com archives:
- Labor Day: A Very Important Holiday for Infertiles
- Five Things That Helped Me Cope with Infertility
- 5 Things You Wish You Could Tell Your Fertile Friends
- Coping with Infertility
We also encourage you to visit FertileThoughts for support!