It’s been two years. With over a dozen “graduates” from this group, myself included, four different hosts each next in line for the job because the previous host found success in her journey, and twenty-four months of support, commiseration, and the building of lifelong friendships, we now see how truly important Resolve’s mission is.
If you are not part of a Resolve Peer-led Support Group in your area – join one. Knowing that you’re not alone is SO important. And if your area doesn’t have a Resolve support group, I urge you to consider starting one.
I promise you won’t regret it, and I promise it will change lives. ❤
…And first of all, let me calm those of you who dread blogger pregnancy announcements by saying that NO, I am most definitely NOT PREGNANT.
The rest of the story is a little harder to explain, however.
I’ll be honest, I’ve felt very strange lately. I mean, I’m still part of the infertility community, but I feel like I’ve lost my mojo. I don’t feel like writing. I don’t feel like trying.
It’s not that I feel like quitting is on the horizon, either for blogging or for trying to conceive, but I feel very passive about both right now. Almost ambivalent.
Maybe I’ve just been on this journey too long… It will be five WHOLE years next month, after all.
Maybe I’m just tired. Tired of one thing defining me, tired of letting it rule my life… just tired.
Maybe I’m ready to stop focusing on me, and…
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