To me, infertility = failure. Failed cycles, failed blood tests, failed pregnancy tests. Does infertility feel like failure to you too?
Infertility can be a challenging and emotionally draining experience. It for sure was for me and for my guest, Kristin Dillensnyder. It can feel like failure after failure, and it's easy to get caught up in negative thoughts and feelings.
But what if we could cultivate a mindset of possibility instead? A mindset that helps us thrive while we are struggling and feel both the hard and happy moments that life continues to bring?
On the podcast today, Kristin Dillensnyder, a certified mindset and infertility coach, joins me to talk about all things mindset.
Kristin shares about how infertility can often feel like a series of failures. But by developing a mindset of possibility, we can switch the way our brains work and focus on the positive aspects of our lives. By doing so, we can continue living and thriving while we are in the midst of waiting.
One of the key takeaways from this episode is that by focusing on possibility, we can start to see opportunities where we once saw roadblocks.
So, how do we cultivate a mindset of possibility? Kristin provides some practical tips and insights that listeners can apply to their own lives. These include reframing negative thoughts, practicing gratitude, and focusing on what we can control.
If you're struggling with infertility or just looking for some inspiration and encouragement, "Cultivating a Mindset of Possibility" is a must-listen episode. Kristin's insights and practical tips are sure to leave you feeling empowered and motivated to cultivate a more positive mindset in your own life. Tune in and start cultivating your own mindset of possibility today!
IVF Mindset Coach Kristin Dillensnyder is a big sister, a wife, an IVF miracle mom and bonus mom. Kristin and her hubby struggled to conceive and went through three rounds of IVF and experienced all the outcomes: 1 that didn't work, 1 that worked and 1 that ended in miscarriage.
If she's not busy blowing bubbles with her daughter, you can find her spending her time coaching women who need medical assistance to grow their family.
As an IVF mindset coach she helps women who are consumed by their infertility find themselves, their joy, and their hope again so they can keep going. She helps women stop putting their life on hold, prepare them for the bumps ahead and to feel like their big sister is there to hold their hand no matter what the outcome during their fertility journey.
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