I've been MIA for awhile and it has to do with me not knowing what to say. I know, the queen of randomness. But it happens.
I haven't talked a lot on here about our infertility struggles. Mainly, because I just don't know how to begin. Do I just say, "Hi, I'm Megan and I can't have a baby?" Or, should I use more tact? Either way, it's a hard conversation to initiate.
With that being said, I'm having a hard time as of lately. I don't know if it's the fact that we've started IVF and the hormone shots are getting to me, or if I'm an emotional wreck just because, but I feel like a failure. Like, my one job as a woman is to have a child. That's what you're taught growing up. That's what separates us from the men. And yet, I can't do it. And it sucks.
My husband is totally supportive, which helps, but he doesn't quite get it. His thing i, if it happens, it happens. If it doesn't, it doesn't. He wants a baby, but he knows that, if in the end, we did all we could and it doesn't happen, then maybe it's not meant to be. He doesn't get this feeling that I'm failing, so the only one to blame is myself.
My question for you is this, for those suffering from infertility issues, how do you shake this feeling? Or does it never go away?
I'm hoping and praying like mad that this next round works and I don't have to even worry about it, but it's a constant struggle.
Ok, end of rant.
On to happy things, like cats. Read this link and thank me later. http://theoatmeal.com/comics/kitty_pet